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Travelling on the LIVERPOOL and MANCHESTER RAILWAY NOVEMBER 1831 Commemorative POSTCARD COLLECTABLE TRANSPORT RAILWAYANA | British & Far East Traders Lifestyle & Shopping Blog
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Travelling on the

LIVERPOOL and MANCHESTER

RAILWAY

NOVEMBER 1831

Commemorative

POSTCARD

COLLECTABLE

TRANSPORT

RAILWAYANA

 

DETAILS:
 
MEASUREMENTS:
MOUNTED MEASURES 11 inches x 6 inches
 
SUITABLE FOR FRAMING
 
TRAVELLING ON THE LIVERPOOL AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY
A Train of the First Class of Carriages, with the Mail,
also
A Train of the Second Class for outside Passengers.
 
Nov. 1831
 
On 11 November 1830 the Liverpool and Manchester Railway
was the first regular passenger service to carry mail for the Post Office.
Today mail is handled at 860 railway stations
and over 10,000 trains are involved daily.
 
 

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