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Product images of Warehouses etc at the end of the Tunnel towards Wapping
Product details Warehouses etc at the end of the Tunnel towards Wapping
Warehouses etc at the end of the Tunnel towards Wapping
'Warehouses etc at the end of the Tunnel towards Wapping', Liverpool, 1832-1833. The world's first intercity railway, the Liverpool & Manchester Railway opened on 15 September 1830. The line was a remarkable feat of engineering, with viaducts, an ingenious floating crossing of the peat bogs at Chat Moss, and tunnels, including the 2250 yard Wapping tunnel running beneath Liverpool to the docks. Plate 9 from Coloured view of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway. (London, 1832-1833).
- Image ref: 1649708
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images