Very rare Clarence Railway Company plate in outstanding condition. Railway history at its very best.
The Clarence Railway was an early railway company that operated in north-east England briefly between 1833 and 1853. The railway was built to take coal from mines in County Durham to ports on the River Tees and was a competitor to the Stockton and Darlington Railway Company (S&DR). It suffered financial difficulty soon after it opened because traffic was low and the S&DR charged a high rate for transporting coal to the Clarence. 5” diameter.
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