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Hide and Seek, 1873 (w/c on paper) Featured John Scott Print

Hide and Seek, 1873 (w/c on paper)

TLH496521 Hide and Seek, 1873 (w/c on paper) by Scott, John (1849-1919); 33.3x47 cm; Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, Carlisle, Cumbria, UK; PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; British, out of copyright
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First fatal automobile accident, 1834 Featured John Scott Print

First fatal automobile accident, 1834

First fatal automobile accident. 19th century artwork of the explosion of a steam stagecoach in Paisley, Scotland, on 29 July 1834. One of the wheels collapsed, rupturing the boiler which exploded, killing 5 people. This is said to be the first fatal automobile accident. Following the accident, further steam stagecoach journeys were banned. The Scottish engineer John Scott Russell (1808-1880) had started the service, between Glasgow and Paisley, in April 1834. The distance was covered in 34 minutes, at speeds of up to 27 kilometres an hour. The stagecoaches carried 26 passengers, but were very popular and were often overcrowded. Based on eyewitness accounts, this artwork was later published in Histoire de la Locomotion Terrestre (Paris, 1936)


A water spaniel standing beside a stream. Engraving with etching by J. Scott and J Featured John Scott Print

A water spaniel standing beside a stream. Engraving with etching by J. Scott and J

The spaniel ; To the Right Honourable Baron Northwick F.S.A. &c. &c., this print is with permission humbly dedicated by his lordship's most obedient servants, Moon, Boys & Graves ; Painted by Richard Ramsay Reinagle ; Commenced by John Scott, finished by John Webb. - 1e/70/1827

© Wellcome Collection / Ramsay R. Reinagle