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Exhibition History Roads to Rails - Revolution in British Transport (Yale Center for British Art, 1992-04-15 - 1992-06-28)

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Gideon Yates The Building of London Bridge
Attributed to Gideon Yates, active 1825–1837, British
The Building of London Bridge
undated
Thomas Hosmer Shepherd The Talbot Inn, Borough
Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, 1792–1864, British
The Talbot Inn, Borough
Anthony Walker Prior Park, the Seat of Ralph Allen, Esq. near Bath [Drawn from Mr. Allens Road in the year 1750]
Anthony Walker, 1726–1765, British
Prior Park, the Seat of Ralph Allen, Esq. near Bath [Drawn from Mr. Allens Road in the year 1750]
c. 1750
George Johann Scharf A View of High Street, Southwark, being the ancient Roadway leading from Old London Bridge taken July, 1830, previous to its Removal to the New Line of Approach
George Johann Scharf, 1788–1860, British
A View of High Street, Southwark, being the ancient Roadway leading from Old London Bridge taken July, 1830, previous to its Removal to the New Line of Approach
1830
unknown artist The Highgate Archway from the Turnpike Gate at Holloway
unknown artist
The Highgate Archway from the Turnpike Gate at Holloway
1823
Edmund Walker The Quadrant, Regent Street
Edmund Walker, active 1836–died 1882
The Quadrant, Regent Street
1852
unknown artist The Embankment and North End of Blackfriars Bridge
unknown artist, nineteenth century
The Embankment and North End of Blackfriars Bridge
undated
George Johann Scharf A View of High Street, Southwark, being the ancient Roadway leading from Old London Bridge taken July, 1830, previous to its Removal to the New Line of Approach
George Johann Scharf, 1788–1860, British
A View of High Street, Southwark, being the ancient Roadway leading from Old London Bridge taken July, 1830, previous to its Removal to the New Line of Approach
1830
Joseph Pennell Rainy Night, Charing Cross Station
Joseph Pennell, 1860–1926, American
Rainy Night, Charing Cross Station
1886
unknown artist Entrance of Piccadilly or Hyde Park Corner Turnpike
unknown artist, ( Edouard Dagaty )
Entrance of Piccadilly or Hyde Park Corner Turnpike
1797
Gideon Yates Kingston Bridge
Attributed to Gideon Yates, active 1825–1837, British
Kingston Bridge
1832
Julius Caesar Ibbetson Robbing the Mail
Julius Caesar Ibbetson, 1759–1817, British
Robbing the Mail
ca. 1790
Gideon Yates Fishmonger's Hall and London Bridge
Attributed to Gideon Yates, active 1825–1837, British
Fishmonger's Hall and London Bridge
1832
Thomas Hosmer Shepherd The Tower of London
Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, 1792–1864, British
The Tower of London
John Osborn Brown Belah Viaduct
John Osborn Brown, active 1868, British
Belah Viaduct
1869
Charles Hunt [Coaching]: Royal Mails, starting from the Post Office, Lombard Street.
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
[Coaching]: Royal Mails, starting from the Post Office, Lombard Street
1827
George Hunt Coaching: Mail
George Hunt, active 1820–1840, British
Coaching: Mail
1825
Samuel John Hodson Baker Street Station, Metropolitan Railway
Samuel John Hodson, 1836–1908, British
Baker Street Station, Metropolitan Railway
1863
John Osborn Brown Railway Station
John Osborn Brown, active 1868, British
Railway Station
1868
unknown artist A View of the Horse Guards, Whitehall
unknown artist
A View of the Horse Guards, Whitehall
1836
M. Egerton Barouche
M. Egerton, active 1821–1828
Barouche
1825
John Harris Fore's Contrasts: The Driver of 1832 ...The Driver of 1852
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
Fore's Contrasts: The Driver of 1832 ...The Driver of 1852
1852
unknown artist Mr. Moore's New Invented Machine for Travelling without Horses
unknown artist
Mr. Moore's New Invented Machine for Travelling without Horses
1771
Charles Hunt Mail Coach by Moonlight
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
Mail Coach by Moonlight
1825
Frederick Rosenberg Coaching: The Mail Coach in a Flood
Frederick Rosenberg, active 1816–1832
Coaching: The Mail Coach in a Flood
1827
Charles Rosenberg [Coaching ] The Road-Side
after Charles Rosenberg, active 1828–1848
[Coaching ] The Road-Side
1833
unknown artist Gurney's New Steam Carriage
unknown artist
Gurney's New Steam Carriage
[c. 1810]
Frederick James Havell Coaching: The Blenheim, Leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford
Frederick James Havell, 1801–1840, British
Coaching: The Blenheim, Leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford
1831
unknown artist West View of the Cast Iron Bridge Built by Rowland Burdon, Esq., M.P. Over the River Wear at Sunderland in the County of Durham
unknown artist, ( John Raffield fl. 1761-1825 )
West View of the Cast Iron Bridge Built by Rowland Burdon, Esq., M.P. Over the River Wear at Sunderland in the County of Durham
1798
John Harris Fore's Contrasts: The Guard of 1852 ...The Guard of 1832
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
Fore's Contrasts: The Guard of 1852 ...The Guard of 1832
1852
James Baily [Coaching] Stage Waggon
James Baily, active 1815–1834
[Coaching] Stage Waggon
1820
Morden, Robert, approximately 1650-1703. A new mapp of England Scotland and Ireland
Morden, Robert, approximately 1650-1703
A new mapp of England Scotland and Ireland
[1678]