Railway Office

Resource Type: Image | Posted on 3rd May 2011 by Jenny Porter

One of the Bury prints, painted by Thomas Talbot Bury, who was commissioned to paint depictions of the Livepool and Manchester Railway. This one depicts the railway office, presumably the headquarters of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Company, at Crown Street. Carriages and a guard’s van can be seen outside the office, a tunnel is just visible in the background, and in the foreground you can see people crossing the railway, and a porter holding a suitcase above his head

Railway Office

Tagged under: liverpool and manchester railway, coaches, carriages, railway workers, tunnels, tunnels, bury prints, thomas talbot bury, crown street station, guard's van

Categorised under: Landmarks, Landscapes & Locomotives

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