Stained glass window, Lancashire &Yorkshire Railway

Made:
1904-1914 in Salford
maker:
George Wragge Limited

Stained glass window, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, ex Manchester Victoria Station, by George Wragge, 'The Crafts', London & Manchester, c. 1909, depicting arms Lancaster and red rose with vignette of TS Irwell (1040 tons) built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson in 1906 for the Goole-Rotterdam service, broken up in 1954. 75 x 50 in.

On display

National Railway Museum: Warehouse

If you are visiting to see this object, please contact us in advance to make sure that it will be on display.

Details

Category:
Railway Infrastructure
Object Number:
1992-7766/1
Materials:
glass, lead, wood
type:
window
taxonomy:
  • components
  • components
  • architectural elements
  • openings (architectural elements)
status:
Permanent collection

Cite this page

Rights

We encourage the use and reuse of our collection data.


Data in the title, made, maker and details fields are released under Creative Commons Zero


Descriptions and all other text content are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence

Using our data

Download

Download catalogue entry as json

Download manifest IIIF

Our records are constantly being enhanced and improved, but please note that we cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information shown on this website.