George Hudson rose to fame and fortune after opening a railway service

Active selection in cart:
Scandal: The Scoundrel Who Ran a Railway. George Hudson rose to fame and fortune after opening a railway service; he was elected Lord Mayor of York and later to Parliament but, when enquiries were later made, was found to have stolen half a million pounds. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 591 (12 May 1973).

Buy this stock image

Available worldwide for immediate download up to 3,451 x 4,637 pixels. This image may be licensed for any specified use.

 

Instructions

  1. Log in or Register (in 30 seconds)
  2. image(s)
  3. Click on Go to cart
  4. Choose intended use or request a quote
  5. Confirm terms & conditions
  6. Pay by card, PayPal or bank transfer

Video guide

Buy products

You can buy personalised gifts, including t-shirts, tote bags and mousemats, featuring this image from our print partner, Zazzle:

Choose productsPictorial Museum book

Can we help?

Look and Learn is one of the world’s leading sources of historical and cultural images for personal and commercial use. Feel free to contact us with any questions or requests.

Links