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Choose from 24 pictures in our Bristol collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Bristol Temple Meads station alterations, 1934
Bristol Temple Meads station alterations, 1934
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Bristol Temple Meads Station, c.1936
Bristol Temple Meads Station, c.1936
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No 7029 Clun Castle at Bristol Temple Meads, 1966
No 7029 Clun Castle at Bristol Temple Meads, 1966
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Bristol and Exeter Railway Station, Bristol, 1870
Bristol and Exeter Railway Station, Bristol, 1870
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D1017 Western Warrior - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
D1017 Western Warrior - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
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No D801 Vanguard - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
No D801 Vanguard - Warship Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
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Bristol Temple Meads Station, c.1843
Bristol Temple Meads Station, c.1843
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Bristol & Exeter Railway Broad Gauge Locomotive
Bristol & Exeter Railway Broad Gauge Locomotive
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GWR Coat of Arms
GWR Coat of Arms
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St Annes Park Station
St Annes Park Station
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Ashley Hill Station, c.1900
Ashley Hill Station, c.1900
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Exterior view of Third Class Centenary stock carriage No. 4584
Exterior view of Third Class Centenary stock carriage No. 4584
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Bristol Temple Meads Station, c.1843 Featured Print

Bristol Temple Meads Station, c.1843

Lithograph by John Cooke Bourne of Brunel's train shed at Bristol Temple Meads Station in c.1843, a few years after the station opened in 1840. Railway workers are dealing with the locomotives and wagons with some onlooking passengers watching from the platforms. The perspective of the print shows the massive scale of the 200ft (60m) long structure and its magnificent roof

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

Shunter in the wartime blackout, c.1940
Shunter in the wartime blackout, c.1940
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Bedminster Station, c.1930
Bedminster Station, c.1930
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Avonmouth Docks Railway Station, c.1950s
Avonmouth Docks Railway Station, c.1950s
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Bristol Temple Meads Station in about 1900
Bristol Temple Meads Station in about 1900
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Bristol Temple Meads Station c.1840s
Bristol Temple Meads Station c.1840s
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Bristol Temple Meads Station, c1900
Bristol Temple Meads Station, c1900
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Bristol city, August 1931
Bristol city, August 1931
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Bomb damage to Foxs Wood Tunnel, Bristol, 1941
Bomb damage to Foxs Wood Tunnel, Bristol, 1941
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Clifton Downs, Bristol, May 1924
Clifton Downs, Bristol, May 1924
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Merchant Venturers Hall, Bristol,c.1920s
Merchant Venturers Hall, Bristol,c.1920s
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No 4082, Windsor Castle, hauling the funeral train of King George VI, February 1952
No 4082, Windsor Castle, hauling the funeral train of King George VI, February 1952
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Brislington Station Garden, 1906
Brislington Station Garden, 1906
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Shunter in the wartime blackout, c.1940 Featured Print

Shunter in the wartime blackout, c.1940

Blackouts were challenging times for some GWR employees, as this image of a shunter taken at Bristol shows. Limited lighting during an air raid posed a serious health and safety risk, especially in busy depots or marshalling yards. Even in daylight the task of coupling and uncoupling wagons was a dangerous job. But at night it was even worse and during a blackout it must have been a daunting experience, even for a skilled shunter. Shunters were required to use lamps that had shades attached. This meant they were less visible to aircraft during an air raid, but it also had a negative impact on their working visibility