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Coloured views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway

T. T. Bury

Coloured views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway

with plates of the coaches, machines, &c. from drawings made on the spot : with descriptive particulars serving as a guide to travellers on the railway

by T. T. Bury

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Published by R. Ackermann and sold by R. Ackermann, Jun. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway -- Pictorial works.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mr. T.T. Bury.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTF64.L7 B8 1831
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p., 13 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16415607M
    LC Control Number19001278

      Liverpool to Manchester Railway opening No1thomas views. Route Learner- Manchester Victoria to Liverpool Lime St- Track Access Services - Duration. Liverpool & Manchester Railway operations, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Liverpool & Manchester Railway operations, Manufacturer: David and Charles.

    The winner was the Rocket and in September the Liverpool to Manchester line was opened with George Stephenson at the controls of Northumbrian. Also attending the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway was The Right Honourable William Huskisson, who was a Member of Parliament for several constituencies, including Liverpool. Huskisson rode down the line in the same train as the. The Crown Street station of Liverpool and Manchester Railway. “Painted by T. T. Bury, engraved by S. G. Hughes.” Source: Muir's Bygone Liverpool, Plate Text accompanying the engraving. THIS station, or railway office, as it was called, was at Crown Street, and was the first passenger station in Liverpool.

    An accurate description of the Liverpool and Manchester railway, and the branch railways to St. Helen's, Warrington, Wigan, and Bolton; with an account of the opening of the railway, and of the late Rt. Hon. Wm. Huskisson; a short memoir of that gentleman, particulars of his funeral, &c, &c. (Liverpool, J. F. Cannell, ), by James Scott. View of the Railway across Chat Moss, from Bury's Liverpool and Manchester Railway, - artfinder full x English: The crossing of Chat Moss by the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. The creation of a stable trackbed across this treacherous area of deep peat bog was one of the most difficult challenges faced by the constructors.


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Coloured views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway by T. T. Bury Download PDF EPUB FB2

He Published as hand-colored aquatints in paper covers by Ackermann in February [titled Six Coloured Views of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with a plate of the coaches, machines, &c], Bury's work went through many editions covering a period of about three years.

There were seven views in the first edition and thirteen in the second. Liverpool and Manchester Railway. Liverpool and Manchester Railway. (Corporate Name) Greater Manchester (Metropolitan County).

-- Railway services: Liverpool & Manchester Railway, - Illustrations; Merseyside (Metropolitan County). -- Railway services: Liverpool & Manchester Railway, - Illustrations.

Published as hand-coloured aquatints in paper covers by Ackermann in February [titled Six Coloured Views of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway with a plate of the coaches machines &c] Bury's work went through many editions covering a period of about three years.

There were seven views in the first edition and thirteen in the second. He was the artist responsible for the best-known views of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. He Published as hand-colored aquatints in paper covers by Ackermann in February [titled Six Coloured Views of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with a plate of the coaches, machines, &c], Bury's work went through many editions covering a.

Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway: With Plates of the Coaches, Machines, Etc. with Descriptive Particulars, Serving as a Guide to Travellers on the Railway Thomas Talbot Bury Broadbent, - 8 pages. Title Coloured views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway: with plates of the coaches, machines, &c.

from drawings made on the spot: with descriptive particulars serving as a guide to travellers on the railway / / by Mr. T.T. Bury. Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, With Plates of the Coaches, Machines, &c.

from drawings made on the spot by Mr. Bury. With descriptive particulars, serving as a guide to travellers on the railway. London: Ackermann & Co., Third. Argosy Book Store (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with a Plate of the Coaches, Machines, &c.; From Drawings Made on the Spot by Mr.

T.T. Bury Author BURY, T.T. [Thomas Talbot] Illustrator Bury, T.T. Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Edition First Book Edition: First. Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. London: Ackermann & Co., Item # The Most Complete Issue With Sixteen Hand-Colored Aquatint Plates [BURY, T.

T., Illustrator]. Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, With Plates of the Coaches, Machines, &c. from drawings made on the spot by Mr. Bury. The Liverpool and Manchester Railway (L&MR) was the first inter-city railway in the world.

It opened on 15 September between the Lancashire towns of Liverpool and Manchester in England. It was also the first railway to rely exclusively on locomotives driven by steam power, with no horse-drawn traffic permitted at any time; the first to be entirely double track throughout its length; the Headquarters: Liverpool.

hand-coloured aquatint plate from Drawing Made on the Spot: Date: Source: Bonhams: Author: plates by S.G. Hughes and H. Pyall after T. Bury, plates watermarked "J.

Whatman, " Permission (Reusing this file). In architect and lithographer Thomas Talbot Bury published a spectacular folio volume of 7 hand-colored aquatint plates through R.

Ackermann in London depicting very dramatically operation of the first steam-powered railroad to carry passengers as well as freight. This work was entitled Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with Plates of the Coaches, Machines, &c. from. Publisher: Oldham: Hugh Broadbent.

Edition: Facsimile Edition; Published Date: ; First Published: Dimensions: x mm (13 x 11 inches) - ix, 8pp +   Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway.

Stock Image. Bookseller Image. View Larger Image Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Bury, T.T. ISBN / ISBN Published by Hugh Broadbent, Oldham, UK, Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Edition.

January 5th was the last day of there being a full working railway line at Liverpool Road Station before the Ordsall Chord Project takes place. Liverpool and Manchester Railway liverpool & manchester railway part i & part ii 13 coloured views and a history of the railroad original edition in a slipcase.

Aquatint coloured plates from: Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with plates of the Coaches, Machines, &c. from drawings made on the spot by Mr. T.T. Descriptive Particulars, serving as a guide to Travellers on the Railway.

London: Published by R. Ackermann, 96, Strand, and sold by R. Ackermann Jun., Regent Street: Printsellers in Ordinary to his Majesty.

Six Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with a plate of the Coaches, Machines. BURY TT Mr. [Thomas Talbot] VG+7 pls, 1st ed. Uncommon. In the original buff stitched slightly frayed printed wrappers. Railway Across Chat Moss, Coloured View of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway.

Resource Type: Image | Posted on 3rd May by Jenny Porter. One of the Bury prints, painted by Thomas Talbot Bury, who was commissioned to paint depictions of the Liverpoool and Manchester Railway.

The Annunciation scene from a medieval manuscript book of hours: Liverpool University Library MS.F; the world map from a edition of Ptolemy’s Geographia; the Sankey viaduct from Thomas Bury’s Coloured Views of the Liverpool to Manchester Railway (); and the timeline from Olaf Stapledon’s Star Maker, as featured recently on.

Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with Plates of the Coaches, Machines with Descriptive Particulars, Serving as a Guide to Travellers on the Railway, first edition, 13 hand-coloured aquatint plates by S.G. Hughes and H. Pyall after T. Bury, plates watermarked "J. Whatman, ", early half morocco, gilt morocco lettering label on upper cover, upper hinge split [Abbey.An account of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway - comprising a history of the parliamentary proceedings preparatory to the passing of the act, a description of the railway in an excursion from ().jpg 4, × 2,; MBInstance of: railroad line (15 September ), railway .Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, with Plates of the Coaches, Machines, &c.

London: R. Ackermann, 4° ( x mm). 13 hand-coloured aquatint plates by H. Pyall after Bury (occasional very minor discolouration and spotting). Red morocco gilt .