LONDON. 5 Shares of £50. black. No 4171-75. Brown staining. Vignette of the coats-of-arms of Kent and London. Proposed a line from London to Canterbury via Greenwih, Gravesend, Stroud, Chatham and Sittingbourne. A branch for Maidstone was also sprouted at Rochester. The main line was to be 83 miles. However, it was the competing South Eastern Railway (with a different scheme to connect London with the Kent Coast) who received the Royal Assent in stead. Rare.
Datum: 27 June 1836
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