Model railway viaduct in brass made by G.P. (Peter) Middleton in 1963

Made:
1963

Model railway viaduct in brass made by G.P. (Peter) Middleton in 1963. 'N' gauge, depicting Belah viaduct (NER). Original designed by Thomas Bouch and built over the Belah River, Westmoreland, in 1860, by Gilkes and Wilson, Middlesbrough, on route East from Kirkby Stephen towards Barras.

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Details

Category:
Railway Models
Object Number:
2004-7091
type:
model viaduct
credit:
Middleton, Stephen
status:
Permanent collection

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