Lithograph, view of the London and Birmingham Railway when in course of construction by J. C. Bourne, published 1839. ‘Hampstead Road Bridge. Sept 5th 1836’. The print shows a bridge with scaffolding and with rubble/earth piled up to left. Workers visible under bridge. Published as plate V ‘South side of the bridge under the Hampstead Road, with part of the retaining wall – in progress. Shewing the nature of the cutting, and the formation of the bridge, September 1836.’, in ‘Drawings of the London and Birmingham Railway, by J. C. Bourne, with an historical and descriptive account by John Britton’, London : J. C. Bourne; Ackermann & Co.; C. Tilt, 1839 (inv. 1999-7495 / 2000-7644 / 2000-7769). Titles and text as given in published volume, no text on print.
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