Chapman & Furneaux worksplate

Made:
1898 in Gateshead
maker:
Chapman & Furneaux

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Locomotive worksplate, brass, Chapman & Furneaux No 1161 of 1898, ex Lambourn Valley Railway 0-6-0 tank locomotive outside cylinder "Ealhswith" (Cambrian Railway No 26 March 1904, Great Western Railway No. 820 January 1922, New Mills Colliery Co, Frome, March 1931, scrapped February 1945).

Details

Category:
Locomotives and Rolling Stock Components
Object Number:
1997-7763
type:
works plate
taxonomy:
  • vehicles and vehicle components
  • vehicle component
  • identity plate
credit:
Pearce-Higgins, Selwyn
status:
Permanent collection

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