Coloured aquatint 'Taking in Water at Parkside (The Station where Mr Huskisson fell)', by T T Bury, 1831

Made:
1831 in London
publisher:
Rudolph Ackermann
engraver:
Henry Pyall
artist:
Thomas Talbot Bury

Coloured aquatint. Liverpool and Manchester Railway. 'Taking in Water at Parkside (The Station where Mr Huskisson fell)'. Drawn by T T Bury. Engraved by H Pyall. Published by R Ackermann, 96 Strand, London 1831.

Coloured acquatint of Parkside, where Liverpool’s Member of Parliament William Huskisson was hit by Stephenson’s Rocket on 15 September 1830, at the opening of the L&MR. He died later that day.

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Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Object Number:
1979-8250
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • print
  • intaglio print
  • etching
status:
Permanent collection

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