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First successful goods locomotive stopped need for completion of a canal railway 1841 framed Print

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First successful goods locomotive stopped need for completion of a canal railway 1841 framed Print

Timothy Hackworth developed the first successful heavy goods locomotives in the world on the Stockton & Darlington Railway in the 1830s

Downloadable digital image of a gouache painted reconstruction of an 1841 Hackworth Locomotive on the Llanelli Railway on a line that replaced a partly built tramroad to Pontardawe on a line that replaced a partly built tramroad to Pontardawe on the Swansea Canal. A counter-balanced incline led up a colliery at Gwauncaegurwen. Original artwork by Stephen Hughes

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CanalArchaeology by Stephen Hughes

A collection of digital downloads and prints depicting canal and industrial scenes of South Wales.

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