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|Title:||Opening of the railway line from Miranda to Vitoria, after it had been cut for 25 months: Vitoria: arrival of the first train in the station, on the 23rd of this month|
|Publisher:||Imprenta de T. Fortanet, Madrid|
|Description:||30th of January 1876 edition. Editor and owner of the publication, Abelardo de Cárlos. Autographed. "The re-establishment of train traffic on the northern railway, on the stretch from Miranda to Vitoria, which had been suspended since September 1873, because of the Carlist rebellion". In the presence of Quesada, the locomotive ¿Falla¿ travelled along the route.|
|Physical description:||1 17 x 23 cm engraving on a 41 x 28 cm page|
|Publication:||Koldo Mitxelena Kulturunea|
|Appears in Collections:||Prints XIX century album|
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