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Stephenson Collection

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephensons Rocket - the pre-1923 replica

George Stephensons Rocket - the pre-1923 replica. George Stephensons Rocket Locomotive was built in 1829. Built for the Rainhill Trials held by the Liverpool & Manchester Railway

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephenson (1781-1848)

George Stephenson (1781-1848)

Background imageStephenson Collection: Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London

Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London
Londons great attraction: what to see in Shakespeares England. How to find and identify the chief reconstructions of old Tudor buildings at Earls Court. Date: 1912

Background imageStephenson Collection: Baden-Powell / Chief Scout

Baden-Powell / Chief Scout
LORD ROBERT STEPHENSON SMYTH BADEN-POWELL English army and Chief scout

Background imageStephenson Collection: Rail / Chat Moss / 1831

Rail / Chat Moss / 1831
LIVERPOOL - MANCHESTER RAILWAY The railway crosses the Chat Moss peat bog, a major feat of civil engineering on the part of George Stephenson

Background imageStephenson Collection: Stephensons Rocket

Stephensons Rocket
George Stephensons locomotive The Rocket

Background imageStephenson Collection: Edward Pease Loco 1856

Edward Pease Loco 1856
The Edward Pease long boiler locomotive, built by Robert Stephenson for the Stockton and Darlington Railway : it draws passenger trains between Darlington and Saltburn

Background imageStephenson Collection: Robert Stephenson / Lucas

Robert Stephenson / Lucas
ROBERT STEPHENSON Engineer and designer of the Menai Bridge Depicted leaning against a rock with the bridge in the background

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephensons locomotive, the Rocket

George Stephensons locomotive, the Rocket, which won a prize given by the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Company

Background imageStephenson Collection: Stephenson / Huddersfield

Stephenson / Huddersfield
Clem Stephenson, player for Huddersfield Town

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephensons Hetton colliery locomotive

George Stephensons Hetton colliery locomotive of 1822, photographed in 1903 Date: 1822

Background imageStephenson Collection: Scout / Baden-Powell 1921

Scout / Baden-Powell 1921
Chief scout, Lord Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, visits a French scout camp

Background imageStephenson Collection: Bridge connecting buildings at Hertford College, Oxford

Bridge connecting buildings at Hertford College, Oxford
A new feature at Oxford: the bridge which will connect the old and new buildings of Hertford College, New College Lane, Oxford. The design for the bridge was by the architect Sir T. G. Jackson RA

Background imageStephenson Collection: Replica of George Stephensons Rocket Locomotive

Replica of George Stephensons Rocket Locomotive
George Stephensons Rocket Locomotive, built in 1829. Built for the Rainhill Trials held by the Liverpool & Manchester Railway

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephenson, seated. painting

George Stephenson, seated. painting

Background imageStephenson Collection: Tatler front cover of Sir Robert Baden-Powell

Tatler front cover of Sir Robert Baden-Powell
Front cover of The Tatler with a portrait of Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell (1857-1941), military leader and founder of the Boy Scout movement. Date: 31st January 1934

Background imageStephenson Collection: Locomotive passenger engine no 73

Locomotive passenger engine no 73, side elevation, built 1846-1847 to Stephensons patent Date: 1847

Background imageStephenson Collection: Stephensons Rocket

Stephensons Rocket
The Rocket as it took part in the Liverpool & Manchester Railway competition (which it won)

Background imageStephenson Collection: Diagram of the Rocket locomotive engine, 1829

Diagram of the Rocket locomotive engine, 1829
A diagram of the Rocket locomotive engine, 1829. Manufactured by Robert Stephenson & Co for the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, Oct 1829. Date: circa 1900

Background imageStephenson Collection: Old Killingworth 4 wheeled engine by George Stephenson

Old Killingworth 4 wheeled engine by George Stephenson, 1823. Listed in RE Bleasdales Locomotive Engines catalogue, entry 1274. Taken for Stephenson Centenary. Date: 1881

Background imageStephenson Collection: William Hedleys engine

William Hedleys engine, 1813. Listed in RE Bleasdales Locomotive Engines catalogue, entry 1259. Long held at Crag Head, Newcastle and photographed there in 1881

Background imageStephenson Collection: Stallion coal car engine, 1822

Stallion coal car engine, 1822. Taken for Stephenson Centenary. Date: 1881

Background imageStephenson Collection: Durham County Rugby Team

Durham County Rugby Team: Parkinson, Stephenson, Swinburne, Marston, Wilson, Bell, Johnston, Humphreys, Todd, Troup, Thompson, Poole, Martin, Kassell, Swainston, Geenty, Hill, Oakes, Gibbon, Hall

Background imageStephenson Collection: THE TWO MENAI BRIDGES

THE TWO MENAI BRIDGES
The two Menai bridges - the suspension road bridge built by Telford, opened January 1826; and the tubular railway bridge by Stephenson and Fairbairn, opened 1850. Date: 1850

Background imageStephenson Collection: G Stephenson - Willington

G Stephenson - Willington
George Stephenson (1781 - 1848) Stephenson Memorial Schools at Willington Quay

Background imageStephenson Collection: Robert Stephenson Smythe Baden-Powell fishing

Robert Stephenson Smythe Baden-Powell fishing. 9 November 1926

Background imageStephenson Collection: Rocket Whiskey

Rocket Whiskey
Rocket whiskey

Background imageStephenson Collection: Newcastle Bridge / High

Newcastle Bridge / High
The High Level Bridge, Newcastle, England, designed by Robert Stephenson

Background imageStephenson Collection: Publicity card, Stephenson Bros, Superior Furniture Cream

Publicity card, Stephenson Bros, Superior Furniture Cream
Publicity card, Stephenson Bros, Bradford, Superior Furniture Cream and Metal Paste, making life easier for the servants. circa 1890

Background imageStephenson Collection: Jan Stephenson - USA golfer

Jan Stephenson - USA golfer
Jan Stephenson - American golfer Date: 1980s - 1990s

Background imageStephenson Collection: Invicta steam locomotive, Canterbury, early 1900s

Invicta steam locomotive, Canterbury, early 1900s

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephenson's Locomotion, Victorian period

George Stephenson's Locomotion, Victorian period

Background imageStephenson Collection: Composite showing Locomotion and The Flying Scotsman

Composite showing Locomotion and The Flying Scotsman
Composite photo created in 1925 showing Locomotion and The Flying Scotsman at Darlington to celebrate one hundred years of progress

Background imageStephenson Collection: Stockton and Darlington Railway Locomotion Victorian period

Stockton and Darlington Railway Locomotion Victorian period

Background imageStephenson Collection: LNWR loco Mabel, George Stephenson Centenary Exhibition

LNWR loco Mabel, George Stephenson Centenary Exhibition
The LNWR locomotive Mabel at the George Stephenson Centenary Exhibition held in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1881

Background imageStephenson Collection: Modernist House At Moor Lane, Crosby, Liverpool

Modernist House At Moor Lane, Crosby, Liverpool
A photograph of a speculatively built modernist semi-detached house at Moor Lane, Crosby, a residential suburb of Liverpool, designed in 1936 by architects Gordon Stephenson and D. W. Aldred

Background imageStephenson Collection: Modernist House At Gidea Park

Modernist House At Gidea Park
A photograph of a modernist house built at the Modern Homes Exhibition on the Gidea Park Estate, designed in 1934 by architects Francis Reginald Stevens Yorke

Background imageStephenson Collection: H H Stephenson and Billy Caffyn, English cricketers

H H Stephenson and Billy Caffyn, English cricketers
H H Stephenson and Billy Caffyn, the only two English cricketers who visited both America and Australia Date: 1863

Background imageStephenson Collection: Music cover, The Cricketer's Polka, by W H Stephenson

Music cover, The Cricketer's Polka, by W H Stephenson
Music cover, The Cricketer's Polka, for the pianoforte with vocal refrain, composed by W.H. Stephenson Date: circa 1883

Background imageStephenson Collection: White Star Line - two books

White Star Line - two books. White Star by Roy Anderson, first edition 1964, T. Stephenson & Sons Ltd in unclipped dust jacket; The Ismay Line, first edition 1961, by Wilton J Oldham. Date: 1960s

Background imageStephenson Collection: Pirrie Carlisle Archive - autographs and illustration

Pirrie Carlisle Archive - autographs and illustration
Pirrie Carlisle Archive - George Maurice Burn (1862-1945) pen and ink study on card, Thames barges under sail. Signed by visitors to a soiree. 6 x 4.25 inches

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephenson's Locomotion aka Puffing Billy

George Stephenson's Locomotion aka Puffing Billy Locomotive Railway Train Date: 1825

Background imageStephenson Collection: Portrait of Edward Entwistle

Portrait of Edward Entwistle, apprentice to George Stephenson on the construction of the Rocket locomotive engine and extension of the railroad from Manchester to Liverpool

Background imageStephenson Collection: Stephenson Pamela Young Smiling Blond Blonde

Stephenson Pamela Young Smiling Blond Blonde
stephenson, pamela, young, smiling, blond, blonde, helen, 1949, new, zealand, australian, clinical, psychologist, psychology, writer, author, actress, comedy, comedian, performer, entertainer, 1980s

Background imageStephenson Collection: Robert Stephenson (1803 - 1859), English civil engineer and designer of locomotives

Robert Stephenson (1803 - 1859), English civil engineer and designer of locomotives. Montage of some of bridges that Stephenson had engineered in his lifetime

Background imageStephenson Collection: George Stephenson at Darlington - embroidery

George Stephenson at Darlington - embroidery
Engraving of a painting by A. Rankley, " George Stephenson at Darlington in 1823." Stephenson would often drop in on Joseph Pease to talk with him about the progress of the Darlington

Background imageStephenson Collection: Hetton Coal Company locomotive

Hetton Coal Company locomotive with cab addition or shelter of driver built by George Stephenson for the Hetton, Durham, 1822. Date: 1905

Background imageStephenson Collection: Locomotion by George Stephenson, 1825

Locomotion by George Stephenson, 1825
Locomotion was the first locomotive engine built by George Stephenson, 1825. Shown at the Centenary celebrations. Date: 1965



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