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Locomotive 209 `Trevithick', in the Grand Trunk Railway erecting shops. F.H. Trevithick, engineer with the GTR and son of the inventor of the railway locomotive, standing by the forward driving wheel. 




Pointe St. Charles, Quebec

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

1 photograph ; 235 x 288 mm
Positive Paper Silver - albumen
Graphic (photo)
90: Open
Graphic (photo)
Copy negative PA-181359
90: Open
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Colour transparency PA-181359
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Graphic (photo)
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Other accession no.
1980-149 NPC

Terms of use

Credit: William Notman/Library and Archives Canada/PA-181359
Restrictions on use: Nil
Copyright: Expired

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Additional name(s)

Additional information

On upper left hand corner of p. 68 of album entitled "Canadian Scraps"

Photographer attribution from Stanley Triggs, Notman Photographic Archives, Montreal.

A better print of this image is available as PEH-181101, from the Alexander M. Ross collection, Acc. No. 1990-523.

P. 333 in "Treasures of the National Archives of Canada / Trésors des Archives nationales du Canada" - ISBN 2-921114-75-5

Sepia transparency available

Signatures and inscriptions
In original(?) album owner's hand: "G.T.R. erecting shops. 1858". In hand of Andrew Merrilees: "Locomotive 209 'Trevithick'. F. H. Trevithick standing by forward driving wheel."


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