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Gloucestershire Collection

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Chipping Campden, July 1930

Chipping Campden, July 1930
A view up the High Street towards the Market Hall. Motor cars line the street, although the Caution Road Up sign indicates work taking place

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cheltenham Spa St James turntable, 1933

Cheltenham Spa St James turntable, 1933
Duke Class locomotive, number 3261, sits on the turntable at Cheltenham St James station, Gloucestershire, 1933. The station was the end of the line so the turntable helped move the locomotives in

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Moreton-in-Marsh Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910

Moreton-in-Marsh Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910
A view of Moreton-in-Marsh Station in Gloucestershire, c.1910, showing the station buildings and platforms. The station opened on the Cotswold Line in June 1853

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Winchcombe Station and Footbridge, Gloucestershire, c. 1910

Winchcombe Station and Footbridge, Gloucestershire, c. 1910
A view of Winchcombe Station in Gloucestershire, c.1910, showing the footbridge and platforms. Winchcombe station opened in February 1905 and closed to passengers in March 1960

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Winchcombe Station under construction, Gloucestershire, 1904

Winchcombe Station under construction, Gloucestershire, 1904
A view of Winchcombe Station under construction in Gloucestershire, 1904. Winchcombe station opened in February 1905 and closed to passengers in March 1960

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cheltenham Spa (St James), 1951

Cheltenham Spa (St James), 1951
A view of Cheltenham Spa St James station, in Gloucestershire, 1951, decorated with bunting to celebrate the Cheltenham Music Festival

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Winchcombe Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910

Winchcombe Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910
A view of Winchcombe Station near the village of Greet in Gloucestershire, c.1910. Winchcombe station opened in February 1905 and closed to passengers in March 1960

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Toddington Station, Gloucestershire, July 1958

Toddington Station, Gloucestershire, July 1958
A view of Toddington station in Gloucestershire in July 1958, showing the water tower and footbridge. Toddington opened in December 1904 and closed to passengers in March 1960

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Severn Bridge Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910

Severn Bridge Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910
This view from the western bank of the Severn shows the full length of the Severn Railway Bridge as it extends over to Sharpness, c.1910

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Kemble Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s

Kemble Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s
A view of the Junction of Cirencester Branch towards Swindon at Kemble station in Gloucestershire, c.1940s. It opened in 1872, and closed to goods 1967

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Kemble Station looking towards Stroud, c. 1960s

Kemble Station looking towards Stroud, c. 1960s
A view of Kemble station in Gloucestershire, looking towards Stroud, c.1960s. Kemble station originally opened as an exchange station in May 1845, becoming a public station in the 1870s-1880s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Adlestrop Station, Gloucestershire, 1933

Adlestrop Station, Gloucestershire, 1933
A view of Adlestrop Station in Gloucestershire, 1933, showing the station building, track and goods shed. Adlestrop station opened in 1853 on the Cotswold Line, and closed in 1966

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Adlestrop Station, Gloucestershire, July 1958

Adlestrop Station, Gloucestershire, July 1958
A view of a deserted Adlestrop Station in Gloucestershire, July 1958. Photographed facing North towards Moreton-in-Marsh, the goods shed can be seen beyond the station building

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Tetbury Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s

Tetbury Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s
A view of Tetbury Station in Gloucestershire, c.1940s. This image shows the approach to the station from the tracks. Tetbury station opened in 1889 on the Tetbury Branch Line and closed in 1964

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Tetbury Goods Shed and Engine Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s

Tetbury Goods Shed and Engine Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s
A view of the Goods Shed and Engine Shed at Tetbury station in Gloucestershire, c.1940s. Tetbury station opened in 1889 on the Tetbury Branch Line and closed in 1964

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cheltenham Spa (Malvern Road), Gloucestershire, c. 1950s

Cheltenham Spa (Malvern Road), Gloucestershire, c. 1950s
A view of Cheltenham Spa (Malvern Road) station in Gloucestershire, c.1950s. Cheltenham Malvern Road station opened in March 1908 and closed to local passenger services in 1960

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cheltenham Spa (St James), Gloucestershire, c. 1950s

Cheltenham Spa (St James), Gloucestershire, c. 1950s
A view of the station facade at Cheltenham Spa (St James), Gloucestershire, c.1950s. The station was built in 1894 replacing another nearby station in Cheltenham

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cheltenham South and Leckhampton Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1950s

Cheltenham South and Leckhampton Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1950s
A view of Cheltenham South and Leckhampton Station in Gloucestershire, c.1950s, showing the small brick-built station building

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Chalford Station, Gloucestershire, 1964

Chalford Station, Gloucestershire, 1964
A view from Chalford Station in Gloucestershire, looking east. Taken in April 1964, the image shows a railmotor and the signal box which remained in use until 1965

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cheltenham Spa (Malvern Road), Gloucestershire, 2 May 1959

Cheltenham Spa (Malvern Road), Gloucestershire, 2 May 1959
A view of Cheltenham Spa Malvern Road station in Gloucestershire, on 2nd May 1959. Locomotive number 31619 is passing through the station and a lone woman is walking along the platform

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Newnham on Severn Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1905

Newnham on Severn Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1905
A view of passengers boarding an auto train stopped at Newnham on Severn station in Gloucestershire, c.1905. Newnham station opened in September 1851

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Newnham on Severn Station and Goods Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1910

Newnham on Severn Station and Goods Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1910
A view of Newnham on Severn station in Gloucestershire, c.1910, showing a goods train stopped at the station and the goods shed behind

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Lydney Junction Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910

Lydney Junction Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910
A view of Lydney Junction Station in Gloucestershire, c.1910, showing the curvature of the platform and the platform shelter. The station opened in 1851

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Chalford, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, June 1937

Chalford, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, June 1937
A GWR Publicity view of Chalford, in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, June 1937. With the distinctive pattern of settlements in the Frome Valley

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Scenic view of Chalford Station, Gloucestershire, 1937

Scenic view of Chalford Station, Gloucestershire, 1937
A scenic view of the village of Chalford in the Golden Valley, Gloucestershire, taken in June 1937. Chalford Station is in the top left of the image

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cirencester Town Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960

Cirencester Town Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960
A view of Cirencester Town station in Gloucestershire, c.1960, showing a railbus (W799XX) sitting in the station. The station opened in May 1841 and closed in April 1964

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Toddington Station, Gloucestershire, July 1959

Toddington Station, Gloucestershire, July 1959
A view of Pannier tank locomotive no. 9445 and trailer no. 238 leaving for Cheltenham, from Toddington station in Gloucestershire, July 1959

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Rodmarton Platform, Gloucestershire, May 1958

Rodmarton Platform, Gloucestershire, May 1958
This photograph of Rodmarton Platform taken in May 1958 shows the simplicity of design and construction of a country halt such as this

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Redbrook on Wye Station, Gloucestershire

Redbrook on Wye Station, Gloucestershire
This scenic image of Redbrook on Wye Station shows it nestled into the bottom of the Wye Valley. Just to the left of the photograph, on the other side of the bushes, runs the river Wye

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cirencester Town Station and Goods Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1930s

Cirencester Town Station and Goods Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1930s
A view of Cirencester Town station in Gloucestershire and its goods shed, c.1930s. The station opened in May 1841 and closed in April 1964

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Tetbury Station, Gloucestershire, 1947

Tetbury Station, Gloucestershire, 1947
A view of Tetbury station in Gloucestershire in 1947, showing Autotrailer No 55 at the platform. Tetbury station opened in 1889 on the Tetbury Branch Line and closed in 1964

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Painswick, May 1936

Painswick, May 1936
View looking north up New Street. The Falcon Hotel can be see in the centre on the left of the street. It is still a hotel of the same name today

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Painswick, c. 1930s

Painswick, c. 1930s
View of New Street looking south. The half timber framed building is the Post Office, now a grade II* listed structure

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Lechlade-on-Thames, September 1949

Lechlade-on-Thames, September 1949
A rather deserted view across the marketplace in Lechlade. The building in the centre is Barclays Bank and is still in operation

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Fairford, August 1925

Fairford, August 1925
Two children look over the bridge at Mill Pond and the River Coln. St Marys Church can be seen in the distance beyond Mill Lane

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Trouble House Halt, c1960

Trouble House Halt, c1960
Situated on the Tetbury branch line, the Trouble House Halt opened in February 1959 to serve the infamous Trouble House pub. It was the only station in England to be built to serve a public house

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Churchs Hill Halt, Gloucestershire, c. 1960

Churchs Hill Halt, Gloucestershire, c. 1960
A view of Churchs Hill Halt, Gloucestershire, c.1960. Situated on the Tetbury Branch line between Tetbury and Cirencester, it opened in 1959 and closed in 1964

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Stonehouse Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910

Stonehouse Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1910
A view of Stonehouse Station in Gloucestershire, c.1910, showing a train approaching the station and passengers on the platform

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Stroud Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1950s

Stroud Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1950s
A view of Stroud Station in Gloucestershire showing locomotive No. 1451 at the platform, c.1950s. Stroud station opened in May 1845

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Rodborough Village, Stroud, August 1924

Rodborough Village, Stroud, August 1924
A group of ladies and children can be seen walking up and down Rodborough Hill, on the junction of Wakeley Hill and Butterow Walk

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Northleach, June 1930

Northleach, June 1930
A view up the High Street towards The Union Hotel. Several cars are parked up in the Market Place

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Badminton Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1903

Badminton Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1903
A view of Badminton station in Gloucestershire, c.1903, not long after opening to traffic in July. The station closed in June 1968 and the station building remains derelict

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Jackaments Bridge Halt, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s

Jackaments Bridge Halt, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s
A view of Jackaments Bridge Halt near RAF Kemble on the boarder between Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. The small wooden platform opened in July 1939 and closed in September 1948

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Culkerton Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960

Culkerton Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960
A view of Culkerton station and its platform in Gloucestershire, c.1960. Culkerton was on the Tetbury branch line between Tetbury and Kemble. The station opened in 1889 and closed in 1964

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Loco No. 7338, at Cheltenham

Loco No. 7338, at Cheltenham
Locomotive number 7338 (formerly 9316) travelling along the line at Cheltenham on 4th August 1958. The different lines of track and a signal box can be seen

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Loco No. 4358, at Weston-Sub-Edge

Loco No. 4358, at Weston-Sub-Edge
Locomotive number 4358 at Weston-Sub-Edge in Gloucestershire on 1st March 1958. A group of workers are making improvements to the track

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Loco No 7809 Childrey Manor, at Gloucester

Loco No 7809 Childrey Manor, at Gloucester
Locomotive number 7809 Childrey Manor, at Gloucester Central station on 1st November 1958. Loco no. 8731, 0-6-0 pannier tank is also in the photograph

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Willersey Halt in Gloucestershire

Willersey Halt in Gloucestershire
A view of Willersey Halt looking towards Honeybourne on the Stratford on Avon to Cheltenham line, showing the wooden platform, nameboard and pagoda shelter. The halt opened in 1904 and closed in 1960



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