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13 Framed Prints

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Frederick George Saunders (1820-1901)

Frederick George Saunders (1820-1901)
Frederick Saunders was both Secretary (1863-1886)and Chairman (1889-1895) of the Great Western Railway. He was the nephew of Charles Saunders

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933)

George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933)
George Jackson Churchward, pictured here in 1918, was the GWRs Chief Mechanical Engineer between 1902 and 1921. He oversaw the Swindon Works modernisation and introduced the 4-6-0 locomotives

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: British Railways Modernisation Committee, 1961

British Railways Modernisation Committee, 1961
A photograph of the men and woman who made up the British Railways Modernisation Committee in 1961

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: The Queen & K. W. C. Grand at Worcester, April 1957

The Queen & K. W. C. Grand at Worcester, April 1957
This photograph shows The Queen at Worcester in late April 1957, while on a Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire. K.W.C

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Frederick J. Hawksworth (1884-1976)

Frederick J. Hawksworth (1884-1976)
Frederick J. Hawksworth was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the GWR from 1941 to 1947. He took over his role half way through the Second World War

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Charles Collett (1871-1952)

Charles Collett (1871-1952)
Charles B. Collett was the GWRs Chief Mechanical Engineer between 1922 and 1941. He oversaw the design of some of the GWRs most iconic locomotives

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: William Dean (1840-1905)

William Dean (1840-1905)
William Dean was the GWRs Locomotive and Carriage Superintendent between 1877 and 1902. He saw the GWR through the change of gauge in 1892 and introduced the famous Dean Goods class of engine

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Sir James Inglis (1851-1911)

Sir James Inglis (1851-1911)
Sir James Inglis was the GWRs General Manager between 1903 and 1911. Prior to this he worked on civil engineering projects for the GWR at Alexandra Docks at Newport

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933)

George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933)
George Jackson Churchward was the GWRs Chief Mechanical Engineer between 1902 and 1921. He oversaw the Swindon Works modernisation and introduced the 4-6-0 locomotives

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Richard Beeching (1913-1985)

Richard Beeching (1913-1985)
Richard Beeching, or Dr Beeching, seen at Laira Diesel Depot in March 1962, was Chairman of British Railways between 1961 and 1965

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Charles Saunders (1796-1864)

Charles Saunders (1796-1864)
Charles Saunders was the first Secretary of the GWR between 1840 and 1863. He was a close friend of Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Sir Felix Pole (1877-1956)

Sir Felix Pole (1877-1956)
Sir Felix John Clewett Pole was the GWRs General Manager between 1921 and 1929. He entered GWR service in the Telegraph Department at Swindon in 1891

Background imageManagers Framed Print Collection: Viscount Churchill (1864-1934)

Viscount Churchill (1864-1934)
Victor Albert Charles Francis Spencer (Viscount Churchill) was Chairman of the GWR between 1908 and 1934. He guided the GWR through the First World War and the years afterwards


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