The Stourbridge Lion

This painting by Clyde Osmer DeLand is a depiction of the crowd at Honesdale, Pennsylvania, watching the trial trip of the first locomotive, the "Stourbridge Lion." Its name was derived from Stoursbridge, England, the town where the locomotive was constructed.

Date:
August 08, 1829
Original Format:
Painting
Item#:
1820.0016
Height:
958px
Width:
715px
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