Opening of the Nuremburg-Furth Railway, Germany, 7 December 1835.

Wiessner

Opening of the Nuremburg-Furth Railway, Germany, 7 December 1835.
3 4 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 26cm

Description

Coloured engraving by Wiessner after a drawing by Heideloff, showing the 'Adler' (Eagle) locomotive, driven by English driver William Wilson, pulling a train past large crowds of spectators during the opening of the railway. The railway between Nuremburg and Furth was the first railway to be built in Germany. The locomotive 'Adler' was built for the line by Robert Stephenson and Co of Newcastle, England.

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