Cambridge Station

Made:
c. 1900 in Cambridge Railway Station
maker:
Edgar Tarry Adams

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'Cambridge Station', about 1900 A photograph of a horse-drawn omnibus in front of Cambridge railway station, taken by Edgar Tarry Adams (1852-1926)
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A photograph of a horse-drawn omnibus outside Cambridge train station, taken by Edgar Tarry Adams, c. 1900. In the foreground is a woman wearing a long fur scarf. Adverts on the bus include 'Illsley for Coals and Removals' and 'Sturton and Son Cash Chemists'.

A photograph of a horse-drawn omnibus outside Cambridge railway station, taken by Edgar Tarry Adams, c. 1900.

In the foreground is a woman wearing a long fur scarf. Adverts on the bus include 'Illsley for Coals and Removals' and 'Sturton and Son Cash Chemists'.

Details

Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1997-5003/293
type:
photograph
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
National Media Museum, Bradford
status:
Permanent collection

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