The L B & S C Railway Shed, 531 feet in length, decorated and lent for dining 7000 School children of Brighton on the occasion of the marriage of HRH the Prince of Wales with HRH, the Princess Alexandra of Denmark, 10 March 1863.

Image Reference: JG_31_081.tif
Date: 1863
Image Details: Original sepia toned monochrome print
Size of Original: 139x73
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: In March 1863, William Cornish junior of 109 Kings Road, Brighton was advertising a set of six stereoscopic photographs of a decorated railway shed. The 531 ft. long railway shed was used to house 7,000 school children who had gathered for a meal to celebrate the marriage of Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Denmark. Stereoscopic views of the decorated railway shed could be purchased singly for one shilling (10 pence) or the customer could buy a complete set for 6 shillings

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