View of the proposed Railway Colonnade, through the city of Dublin.
as it would appear from Carlisle Bridge looking [towards] Bank & College. [Cha]rles Vignolles, - Civil Engineer, F.R. [...] M.R.I.A.. /
On Stone by G. Hawkins Junr. from a drawing by John Jones, C.E. ; R. Cartwrigth Lithog[raph?] [...]rick Place, B[...].
|Main Creator:||Cartwright, R. lithographer.|
A rare engraving depicting a railway colonnade that was proposed to connect Westland (Tara Street Station) and Kingsbridge (Heuston) Station. This elevated railway is shown passing behind Carlisle Building, over D'Olier Street and Westmoreland Street and then through another building at the side of Westmoreland Street.
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[s.l.] : [s.n.] ; [between ca. 1839 and 1860].
Very few copies of this print are known to exist. There is a companion picture which shows another part of the proposed railway.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; image 27.9 x 44.8 cm., sheet 35 x 51.2 cm..
Attributed to R. Cartwright after a drawing on stone by George Hawkins, (1819-1852), afer an original drawing by John Edward Jones, (1806-1862).
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