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Source:   An explanation of the works of the tunnel under the Thames from Rotherhithe to Wapping.


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The Thames Tunnel. Open to the public every day (Sundays excepted)from nine in the morning, till six in the evening. The archway being lighted with oil gas and reflected by a large mirror, at the extremity of the finished portion of it, gives it the effect of completion; the work is dry and warm, and the descent by the staircase easy and safe.

Image ID: 1158876

The Thames Tunnel. Open to the public every day (Sundays excepted)from nine in the morning, till six in the evening. The... (1836)

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Image Title

:  The Thames Tunnel. Open to the public every day (Sundays excepted)from nine in the morning, till six in the evening. The archway being lighted with oil gas and reflected by a large mirror, at the extremity of the finished portion of it, gives it the effect of completion; the work is dry and warm, and the descent by the staircase easy and safe.

Additional Name(s)

: Thames Tunnel Company -- Author

Medium

: Engravings

Specific Material Type

: Prints

Item Physical Description

: 1 print ; 24.5 x 28 cm.

Item/Page/Plate

: Broadside in the back

Source

: An explanation of the works of the tunnel under the Thames from Rotherhithe to Wapping.

Source Description

: 24 [i.e.31] p., [9] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., plan ; 11 x 14 cm.

Location

: Science, Industry and Business Library / Rare Books Division

Catalog Call Number

: VDCP (Thames Tunnel Company, London. Explanation of the works of the tunnel. 1836)

Digital ID

: 1158876

Record ID

: 451267

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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