Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Transport Prints

Ref Subject Location Description Size Price Image
P0744TransportMaking the Tunnel through the St Gothard - c1877. The St Gotthard railway tuinnel opened in 1882. Original engraving.h 187mm x w 243mm£12Image to follow
P0552TransportBoltonSteam-engine manuractory, and iron-works, Bolton c1829 Drawn by Harwood and engraved by Watkins. The yard of the Bolton manufactory of Benjamin Hick and Peter Rothwell, founders of the Bolton and Leigh Railway opened in 1828. Originally published in W H Pyne's "Lancashire Illustrated, from Original Drawings" Steel engraving.h 95mm x w 153mm (of image)£12Image to follow
P0630TransportGlyndeTelpherage. Telpher Line at Glynde, Sussex, c1885. Engraving. This was the first commercial installation and opened in 1885, It ran for over a mile from rail sldings at Glynde station to clay pits. The skips travelled at 5mph. This aerial ropeway or cable car system was powered by electricity and could carry 300 tons of clay per week.h 130mm x w 214mm (image)£10Image to follow
P0641TransportHolyheadQuarries in the Holyhead Mountain, published by the Illustrated London News, c1845. Wood engraving.h 155mm x w 223mm£8Image to follow
P0495TransportLancasterLancaster from the Aqueduct Bridge. c1827. Drawn by J M W Turner and engraved by Robert Wallis, published in Picturesque Views in England and Wales. Steel engraving. This view of Lancaster is looking across the Lancaster Canal whre it crosses the River Lune.h 165mm x w 230mm£28Image to follow
P0480TransportPontcysyllte AqueductPont Y Casullte Aqueduct in the Vale of Llangollen, c1845. Originally produced for Thomas Dugdale's "The Curiosities of Great Britain" or "England Delineated". Thomas Telford's Pontcysyllte aqueduct carries the Llangollen Canal over the River Dee. The Steel engraving.h 68mm x w 100mm£9Image to follow
P0859TransportPortsmouthSteam floating Bridge or Ferry, Portsmouth, c1880. Wood engraving. The first floating bridge operated across the harbour mouth in 1840.h 65mm x w 145mmSOLDImage to follow
P0501TransportRegents CanalEntrance to the Regent's Canal, Limehouse, c1828, Drawn by Thimas H Sehpeherd and engraved by J Havell Thomas Hosmer. From Shepherd's series "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" Steel engraving.h 94mm x w 150mmSOLDImage to follow
P0502TransportRegents CanalThw Double Lock & East Entrance to the Islington Tunnel, Rwegent's Canal, c1827. Drawn by Thimas H Sehpeherd and engraved by F J Havell Thomas Hosmer. From Shepherd's series "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" Steel engraving.h 94mm x w 150mmSOLDImage to follow
P0503TransportRegents CanalCity Basin, Regent's Canal, c1828. Drawn by Thimas H Sehpeherd and engraved by F J Havell Thomas Hosmer. From Shepherd's series "Metropolitan Improvements; or London in the Nineteenth Century" Steel engraving.h 86mm x w 148mmSOLDImage to follow
P0522TransportSouthportSouthport, Lancashire,from the Pier c1868. Drawn and engraved by Rock & Co. Steel engraving with later hand colouring. This view clearly shows the pier tramway which opend to carry baggage in 1863 and was upgraded to cable operation in 1865. h 62mm x w 90mm£10Image to follow
P0497TransportStoke on TrentBurslem and Longport c1850. Drawn by Frederick William Hulme and engraved by Mason Jackson. Published in "The Land We Live In" Wood engraving.h 130mm x w 188m£10Image to follow
P0496TransportWorsleyWorsley Hall, Lancashire, the Seat of Robert Haldane Bradshaw Esq. c1833. Drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by R Sands. Steel engraving with Later hand colouring. This view shows the Lancaster Canal in the foreground.h 105mm x w 164mm£14Image to follow
P0499TransportWychnorRiver Trent, near Wichnor c1835. Drawn by H Warren and engraved by A Willimore. Steel engraving.h 137mm x w 192m£15Image to follow