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In the autumn of 1832, Jones began agitating for the building of a railway between London and Bristol. It became the Great Western Railway. The first section was opened to passengers on 4th June 1838, just a month before this portrait was completed. Jones is holding a paper titled 'Railway Report'.
National Railway Museum
oil on canvas
H 91.5 x W 71.5 cm
obtained as a result of a direct claim of redundant material from the nationalised railway, 1963