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River Tawe Navigation accessed by world’s first railway tunnel of 1760 framed A4 limited print

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River Tawe Navigation accessed by world’s first railway tunnel of 1760 framed A4 limited print

The first intermediate tunnel ever built on a surface railway

Framed glazed A4 limited edition print of watercolour & gouache painted reconstruction of Chauncy Townsend’s coal warehouse on a wharf at Landore of 1760. It was approached by a tunnel that may be the first built at an intermediate point on a surface railway. The line was disused by the time the Swansea Canal was built but the canal bridge Pont Lewis Bach of 1794-96 was designated for the use of any possible rebuilding of the line under the terms of the Swansea Canal’s authorising Act of Parliament. Copyright 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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