Letter from Joseph Armstrong to Francis Trevithick Regarding the Existence of the Engine

Made:
1871-06-07
part of archive:
Papers relating to Francis Trevithick's biography of his father Richard Trevithick
maker:
Trevithick, Francis

Joseph Armstrong, the Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Superintendent of the Great Western Railway, promises to write to his brother to ‘ascertain if possible whether the Engine [Gateshead Engine] is still in existence or not.’ (1 sheet/1p.)

Part of letters relating to Trevithick’s third locomotive built at Gateshead by John Steel (see TREVF/4/118 to TREVF/4/129).

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Extent:
1 sheet
Identifier:
TREVF/4/122
Subject:
Railways

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