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Howard Aston Allport (1842–1915)

Photo credit: National Coal Mining Museum for England

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Howard Aston Allport was the son of Sir James Allport. Sir James was the General Manager of the Midland Railway from 1853 to 1857 and then from 1860 to 1880. From 1857 to 1860 he was a Director of the Midland Railway, a position which he resumed from 1880 until 1892. Sir James played a key role in the expansion of the Midland Railway and was one of the first railway managers to be knighted. This portrait was commissioned while Howard Aston Allport was the owner of Wharncliffe Woodmoor Colliery, South Yorkshire.

National Coal Mining Museum for England

Wakefield


Date

c.1902

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 249 x W 149 cm

Accession number

YKSMM: 2004.539

Acquisition method

gift, 2004

Work type

Painting


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National Coal Mining Museum for England

Caphouse Colliery, New Road, Overton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF4 4RH England

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