Letter from Thomas Christy to Henry Pease

Made:
1846-07-18
part of archive:
Correspondence of Henry Pease
maker:
Pease, Henry (1807-1881) Quaker Railway Promoter MP

Hand-written letter on paper by Thomas Christy in London 18 July 1846 discussing the cost of coal used on railways. Letter mentions '... the people suffer in Essex now that improved cultivation destroys wood & trees very much'. It goes on to mention the Newcastle, Darlington and York, suggestions of investments and costs calculated to run an engine in Bristol.

Details

Extent:
1 item
Identifier:
PEAS/1/1
Subject:
Railways

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