Railway carriage window, London, Brighton & South Coast Railway

Made:
1882 in Birmingham
maker:
Brown-Marshall

Railway carriage window glass, unframed, etched with London, Brighton & South Coast Railway second crest, reputedly ex 1st saloon No 589 built by Brown-Marshall, Birmingham, 1882.

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Details

Category:
Locomotives and Rolling Stock Components
Object Number:
1980-7345
Materials:
glass, wood
type:
window
taxonomy:
  • materials
  • materials
  • inorganic material
  • glass
  • vehicles and vehicle components
  • vehicle component
  • bodywork component
  • lighting component (vehicle)
  • window component (vehicle)
  • materials
  • materials
  • inorganic material
  • glass
  • architectural glass
status:
Permanent collection

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