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View of the Railway across Chat Moss
'View of the Railway across Chat Moss', Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1833. The world's first intercity railway, the Liverpool & Manchester Railway opened on 15 September 1830. The line was a remarkable feat of engineering, including an ingenious floating crossing of the peat bogs at Chat Moss. Plate 5 from Coloured view of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway. (London, 1832-1833).
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- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images