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1950s Gallery

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Choose from 134 pictures in our 1950s collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Christmas Grotto, Paddington Station, 1956
Christmas Grotto, Paddington Station, 1956
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Christmas decorations at Paddington Station, 1956
Christmas decorations at Paddington Station, 1956
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Bleadon and Uphill Station, Somerset, c.1950s
Bleadon and Uphill Station, Somerset, c.1950s
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Ashton Station, Devon, c.1950s
Ashton Station, Devon, c.1950s
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Exeter St Thomas Station, Devon, 1959
Exeter St Thomas Station, Devon, 1959
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Kingsland Station, Herefordshire, July 1959
Kingsland Station, Herefordshire, July 1959
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Kington Station, Herefordshire, July 1957
Kington Station, Herefordshire, July 1957
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Kington Station, Herefordshire, June 1950
Kington Station, Herefordshire, June 1950
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Fencote Station, Herefordshire, September 1952
Fencote Station, Herefordshire, September 1952
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Ledbury Station, Herefordshire, 25th June 1950
Ledbury Station, Herefordshire, 25th June 1950
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St Erth Station, Cornwall, c.1960
St Erth Station, Cornwall, c.1960
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St Erth Station, Cornwall, September 1956
St Erth Station, Cornwall, September 1956
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Ashton Station, Devon, c.1950s Featured Print

Ashton Station, Devon, c.1950s

A view of Ashton Station, on the Teign Valley line, Devon, c.1950s.
Ashton station opened in 1882 and closed to passengers in June 1958. It was the only station on the line to have its own engine shed, but this became disused in the early 20th century (finally being demolished in 1960, one year before the station fully closed in 1961).
Camping Coaches were placed at Ashton in the 1930s and in 1952

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

Thornford Bridge Halt, Dorset, c.1950s
Thornford Bridge Halt, Dorset, c.1950s
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Maiden Newton Station, Dorset, 1956
Maiden Newton Station, Dorset, 1956
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Great Shefford Station, 1952
Great Shefford Station, 1952
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Lambourn Station, September 1952
Lambourn Station, September 1952
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Lambourn Station c.1950s
Lambourn Station c.1950s
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Yeovil Town Station, Somerset, c.1950s
Yeovil Town Station, Somerset, c.1950s
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Rodmarton Platform, Gloucestershire, May 1958
Rodmarton Platform, Gloucestershire, May 1958
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St Ives Station, Cornwall, September 1956
St Ives Station, Cornwall, September 1956
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Hayle Station and Signal Box, c1950s
Hayle Station and Signal Box, c1950s
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Plymouth North Road Station, Devon, c.1950s
Plymouth North Road Station, Devon, c.1950s
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Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, September 1956
Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, September 1956
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Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, September 1958
Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, September 1958
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Yeovil Town Station, Somerset, c.1950s Featured Print

Yeovil Town Station, Somerset, c.1950s

A bustling scene at Yeovil Town Station taken in the late 1950's. The chimneys of the large station building can be seen above the platform canopy, and the passenger footbridge which straddled the tracks is visible at the far end of the three platforms. When it first opened in June 1861, the jointly owned station was served by four signal boxes, two station masters houses and two station masters whose joint cooperation must have been essential for the smooth running of the line.
The station closed to passengers in October 1966

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Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, July 1952
Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, July 1952
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Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, May 1957
Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, May 1957
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Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, c.1950s
Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, c.1950s
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Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, April 1959
Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, April 1959
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Locomotive No. 5051, Earl Bathurst, passing through Shrivenham Station, September 1958
Locomotive No. 5051, Earl Bathurst, passing through Shrivenham Station, September 1958
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Cheltenham Spa (Lansdown), 1951
Cheltenham Spa (Lansdown), 1951
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Bristol bound locomotive approaching Reading Station, c1950s
Bristol bound locomotive approaching Reading Station, c1950s
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Evershot Station, Dorset, c.1950s
Evershot Station, Dorset, c.1950s
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Maiden Newton Station, Dorset, c.1950s
Maiden Newton Station, Dorset, c.1950s
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St Germans Station, Cornwall, c.1950s
St Germans Station, Cornwall, c.1950s
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Great Shefford Station, 1958
Great Shefford Station, 1958
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Midgham Station, looking west, 16th April 1956
Midgham Station, looking west, 16th April 1956
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Cheltenham Spa (Lansdown), 1951 Featured Print

Cheltenham Spa (Lansdown), 1951

A view of Cheltenham Spa (Lansdown) station, Gloucestershire, decorated to celebrate the Festival of Britain in 1951.
The colonnaded facade of the station was designed by architect Samuel Daukes.
The station opened in 1840 and was renamed Cheltenham Spa Lansdown in 1925. It is now the only remaining station in Cheltenham

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No 8 Shop, Carriage Paint Shop, 1953
No 8 Shop, Carriage Paint Shop, 1953
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Banbury Station, Oxfordshire, c.1950s
Banbury Station, Oxfordshire, c.1950s
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