Blackwall Railway Telegraph

Some articles on telegraph, railway:

William Fothergill Cooke - Cooke's Contribution To The Telegraph
... early-on, on 17 March 1836, just after seeing Shilling's telegraph principles in action during the demonstration at Heidelberg given by Professor Georg Wilhelm Munke and reading Mrs ... Wheatstone systems of telegraphy beginning with direct reference to the Great Western Railway installations, and possibly earlier ... in December 1837 and October 1838, for telegraph patents Cooke obtained himself solely in his name and separate of Wheatstone - would later be confirmed by Kerby ...

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