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Etherow Viaduct, near Manchester.
Etherow Viaduct, near Manchester. Drawn & Engraved for the British Gazetteer.
J.F. Burrell del.t. A. Ashley exc.t.
Published (for the Proprietors) by H.G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row [1851]
Steel engraving, sheet 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼").
Broadbottom Viaduct, spanning the River Etherow between Derbyshire and Cheshire. It was built by Joseph Locke and A.S. Jee for the Sheffield, Ashton-under-Lyne and Manchester Railway, and was completed in 1842.
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Colesbrook Viaduct, near Tunbridge Wells.
Colesbrook Viaduct, near Tunbridge Wells. Drawn & Engraved for the British Gazetteer.
J.F. Burrell del.t. A. Ashley exc.t.
Published (for the Proprietors) by H.G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row [1851]
Steel engraving, sheet 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼").
Colesbrook Railway Viaduct in Southborough, on the branch railway line from Tonbridge to Tunbridge Wells, constructed in 1845. Built of red brick by Peter William Barlow (1809-85) for the South-Eastern Railway Company, it is 254 yards (232.26 metres) long, with 26 arches and is listed Grade II.
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Foord Viaduct, South-Eastern Railway.
Foord Viaduct, South-Eastern Railway. Drawn & Engraved for the British Gazetteer.
J.F. Burrell del.t. A. Ashley exc.t.
Published (for the Proprietors) by H.G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row [1851]
Steel engraving, sheet 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼").
Sir William Cubitt's 19-arch viaduct at Foord near Folkestone, Kent, completed 1844.
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Ivy Bridge, Viaduct__ South Devon Railway
Ivy Bridge, Viaduct__ South Devon Railway Drawn & Engraved for the British Gazetteer
J.F. Burrell delt. A. Ashley exec.t
Published (for the Proprietors) by H.G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row [1851]
Steel engraving, sheet 180 x 265mm (7 x 10½"). Nicks to lower edge.
Viaduct designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-59) and built in 1848 for the South Devon Railway. After the S.D.R. merged with the Great Western Railway the track had to be widened from Broad to Standard guage, so the viaduct had to be rebuilt. The current viaduct, designed by James Inglis and built in 1892, incorporated six of Brunel's granite piers.
[Ref: 41465]   £80.00  
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Hanwell Viaduct (G.t Western Railway)
Hanwell Viaduct (G.t Western Railway) Drawn & Engraved for the British Gazetteer.
J.F. Burrell del.t. A. Ashley exc.t.
Published (for the Proprietors) by H.G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row [1851]
Steel engraving, sheet 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼").
Wharncliffe Viaduct, between Hanwell & Southhall, Isambard Kingdom Brunel's first major structural design, 886 feet (270 m) long, with eight semi-elliptical arches.
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