The Twelve O'Clock 'Special'
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|Caption||Famous Firsts: The Twelve O'Clock 'Special'. The introduction of the railway system was greeted with some suspicion by the public until, on 14 June 1842, Queen Victoria became the first reigning monarch to travel by train.|
|Creator||James Edwin McConnell, English (1903–95)|
|Artwork medium||printed material|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|train railway Queen Victoria Great Western Railway Paddington crowds Prince Albert flowers top hat bonnets railway engine Twelve O'Clock Special James E McConnell James Edwin McConnell|
|Stock image ref||Sizes available||Views|
|B001118||Hi-res: 4,308 x 3,714 pixels
Lo-res: 1,077 x 929 pixels
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