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Tt Bury Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Tt Bury collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


La Chapelle du Val de Grace, Paris, France, 1829. Artist: Benjamin Winkles
La Chapelle du Val de Grace, Paris, France, 1829. Artist: Benjamin Winkles
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Chateau de Fontainebleau, France, 1829.Artist: E I Roberts
Chateau de Fontainebleau, France, 1829.Artist: E I Roberts
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Olive Mount Cutting on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1831, (1945). Creator
Olive Mount Cutting on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1831, (1945). Creator
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The Cemetery at Liverpool, shewing Mr Huskissons Grave etc, 1831.Artist: Thomas Talbot Bury
The Cemetery at Liverpool, shewing Mr Huskissons Grave etc, 1831.Artist: Thomas Talbot Bury
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The Staircase of the Chambre des Pairs, Paris, France, 1829.Artist: J Winkle
The Staircase of the Chambre des Pairs, Paris, France, 1829.Artist: J Winkle
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Royal Court, Palace of Versailles, near Paris, 1829. Artist: Byrne
Royal Court, Palace of Versailles, near Paris, 1829. Artist: Byrne
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Palace of Versailles, near Paris, 1829. Artist: Byrne
Palace of Versailles, near Paris, 1829. Artist: Byrne
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Train crossing Chat Moss, Lancashire, 1831. Artist: Henry Pyall
Train crossing Chat Moss, Lancashire, 1831. Artist: Henry Pyall
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The Tunnel, 1831. Artist: Henry Pyall
The Tunnel, 1831. Artist: Henry Pyall
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Train crossing Chat Moss, Lancashire, 1831. Artist: Henry Pyall Featured Image

Train crossing Chat Moss, Lancashire, 1831. Artist: Henry Pyall

Train crossing Chat Moss, Lancashire, 1831. A large 12 square mile peat bog five miles west of Manchester, Chat Moss was considered unsuitable for the building of rail tracks, and early surveys proposing routes for the Liverpool & Manchester Railway recommended detours to avoid the area. However, the Liverpool & Manchester Railway's chief engineer, George Stephenson, argued that a direct route across Chat Moss was possible, and after initial opposition from Parliament, the line was built. The track had to be built on wooden supports below the ground, so that it floated on the bog

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