Vignoles, Charles Blacker, 1793-1875Variant names
Epithet: Creator of Mss Eur D162
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In 1844 the construction of the Chester and Holyhead Railway was authorised in order to speed up communication between London and Ireland. As a result, Holyhead grew into an important port. Previously, proposals had been made for the railway route to go from Bangor to Porth Dinllaen.
For an account of the career of Charles Blacker Vignoles, 1793-1875, Civil Engineer, consult Life of C.B. Vignoles by O.J. Vignoles, 1889.
From the guide to the Proposed London to Porth Dinllaen Railway Report, 1837 November 29, (Bangor University)
|creatorOf||Mills, Robert, 1781-1855. Charleston District, South Carolina / surveyed by Charles Vignoles & Henry Ravenel, 1820 ; improved for Mills' Atlas.||Library of Congress|
|referencedIn||Osborne, John C. Commentary on Richard Boyse Osborne, 1962 [microform].||Hagley Museum & Library|
|creatorOf||Proposal by Charles Blacker Vignoles (1793-1875), railway engineer, Professor of Civil Engineering, University College London 1841, for a system of railways in India., 1842||British Library|
|referencedIn||Osborne, Richard B. (Richard Boyse), 1815-1899. Journals, 1829-1857 [microform].||Hagley Museum & Library|
|creatorOf||Mills, Robert. Beaufort District, South Carolina / surveyed by C. Vignoles? improved for Mills' Atlas, 1825.||Library of Congress|
|creatorOf||Proposed London to Porth Dinllaen Railway Report, 1837 November 29||Bangor University|
|referencedIn||Proposed London to Porth Dinllaen Railway Report, 1837 November 29||Bangor University|
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|Railroads Wales Porth Dinllaen|
|Harbors Wales Porth Dinllaen|