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Close up view of broad gauge train at Chepstow Station, c.1850

Close up view of broad gauge train at Chepstow Station, c.1850.

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Shows broad gauge locomotive "Vulcan", built in 1837 by Charles Tayleur & Co. Taken from a lithograph

Media ID 10563158

Date: 23rd December 2014

Source: STEAM Picture Library

Unique Reference Number: RY 291 (part of)

Image Size: 3112 x 1836 Pixels

Filesize is 1.31MB

Associated Categories: Broad Gauge Locomotives in Action

Associated Categories: Artwork

Keywords:  broad gauge  carriages  chepstow station


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