View of the telegraph erected on the Admiralty office, Charing Cross in February 1796 by S.W. Fores

View of the telegraph erected on the Admiralty office, Charing Cross in February 1796

S.W. Fores

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View of the telegraph erected on the Admiralty office, Charing Cross in February 1796 by S.W. Fores zoom

View of the telegraph erected on the Admiralty office, Charing Cross in February 1796

The print dates from the year that the Revd Lord George Murray designed the original arrangement, although telegraph or semaphore signals were also developed in France as well as England in the last years of the 18th century.
S.W. Fores

Original size: 528 mm x 400 mm

  • Image reference: PY2206

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