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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee train, 1897 Featured Print

Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee train, 1897

A view of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee train hauled by the locomotive, The Queen. The engine carried two large crests and a crown at the front. The Queen, number 3041, was an Achilles class locomotive which was originally named Emlyn in 1894. It changed its name when it hauled the royal train

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

Bristol Temple Meads station alterations, 1934 Featured Print

Bristol Temple Meads station alterations, 1934

Views of the cellars beneath the broad gauge platforms during the alterations at Bristol Temple Meads station in 1934. The expansion of the station started in 1930 and lasted until 1935 and was overseen by architect P. E. Culverhouse

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

1930s, 1934, Alterations, Bristol, Bristol Temple Meads, Broad Gauge, Cellar, Culverhouse, Expansion, Station

Swindon Town Station Featured Print

Swindon Town Station

Swindon Town Station was on the Midland and South Western Junction Railway in Swindon's Old Town area. The impressive main offices of the railway company can be seen in the centre of this image. The station was in operation for only 85 years after facing increasing competition from the town's GWR station and as the focus of the town moved away from the Old Town area to Swindon's ├Žnew town which had developed around the GWR station and railway works