MIDLAND RAILWAY - UK- Ambulance Corps Badge - Circa 1910-1920

A large Nickel Plated round badge with a diameter of 1 5/8"...complete with back pin and in very good condition.The Midland Railway (MR) was a railway company in the United Kingdom from 1844 to 1922, when it became part of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway. The Midland Railway had a large network of lines centered on the East Midlands, with its headquarters based in Derby. Initially connecting Leeds with London (St Pancras) via the East Midlands by what is now the Midland Main Line, it went on to connect the East Midlands with Birmingham and Bristol, and with York and Manchester. It was the only pre-grouping railway to own or share lines in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, becoming the third largest railway undertaking in the British Isles (after the Great Western and the London & North Western), the largest coal haulier, the largest British railway to have its headquarters outside London, and (after the Great Central railway moved its HQ to London in 1907) the only railway serving London not to have its headquarters there and the only Midlands-based railway directly serving Southern England and South Wales.

Item ID: 9214

MIDLAND RAILWAY - UK- Ambulance Corps Badge - Circa 1910-1920

MIDLAND RAILWAY - UK-  Ambulance Corps Badge - Circa 1910-1920
MIDLAND RAILWAY - UK-  Ambulance Corps Badge - Circa 1910-1920

A large Nickel Plated round badge with a diameter of 1 5/8"...complete with back pin and in very good condition.The Midland Railway (MR) was a railway company in the United Kingdom from 1844 to 1922, when it became part of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway. The Midland Railway had a large network of lines centered on the East Midlands, with its headquarters based in Derby. Initially connecting Leeds with London (St Pancras) via the East Midlands by what is now the Midland Main Line, it went on to connect the East Midlands with Birmingham and Bristol, and with York and Manchester. It was the only pre-grouping railway to own or share lines in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, becoming the third largest railway undertaking in the British Isles (after the Great Western and the London & North Western), the largest coal haulier, the largest British railway to have its headquarters outside London, and (after the Great Central railway moved its HQ to London in 1907) the only railway serving London not to have its headquarters there and the only Midlands-based railway directly serving Southern England and South Wales.

Item ID: 9214

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