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Locomotive Collection (#2)

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Colour Diagram of Castle Class Locomotive, c. 1923

Colour Diagram of Castle Class Locomotive, c. 1923
Colour cross-section diagram or drawing of the front of a Castle Class locomotive with numbered internal components

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Locomotive driver in air raid kit, during WWII

Locomotive driver in air raid kit, during WWII
Locomotive no. 5085 Evesham Abbey with a locomotive driver on the footplate wearing a gas mask during WWII

Background imageLocomotive Collection: King George V, 1969

King George V, 1969

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Bodmin Road Station water tower, 1954

Bodmin Road Station water tower, 1954
A view of Bodmin Road Station, Cornwall in 1954 with locomotive No. 4584 passing the water tower. Bodmin Road station opened in 1859 near Lanhydrock House (now a National Trust property)

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Newquay Station, Cornwall, c. 1940

Newquay Station, Cornwall, c. 1940
A view of Newquay Station, Cornwall in c.1940, taken from platform 1. A locomotive is waiting at platform 2

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Newquay Station, Cornwall, April 1960

Newquay Station, Cornwall, April 1960
A view of Newquay railway station, Cornwall in the spring of 1960, showing locomotive No. 5562 and the Newquay gasworks in the distance

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, April 1960

Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, April 1960
A view of Lostwithiel station, Cornwall, April 1960, showing locomotives, No. 3705 and No. 6860 waiting at the station for departure. Lostwithiel opened in 1859 and closed in 1964

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, September 1958

Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall, September 1958
A view of Lostwithiel station, Cornwall, September 1958, showing locomotive, No. 1419, sitting at the station. The station opened in 1859 and closed in 1964

Background imageLocomotive 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 imageLocomotive Collection: Bristol bound locomotive approaching Reading Station, c1950s

Bristol bound locomotive approaching Reading Station, c1950s
A photograph showing a Bristol bound locomotive approaching Reading Station, c.1950s. The photograph was taken from a locomotive in steam and shows the approach the driver would see

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Newquay Station, Cornwall

Newquay Station, Cornwall
A view of Newquay Station, Cornwall showing a locomotive at the platform. The Newquay gasworks are just visible in the background

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Newquay Station, Cornwall, c. 1960

Newquay Station, Cornwall, c. 1960
A view of Newquay Station in Cornwall, c.1960, showing a locomotive at the platform and a stream of passengers including couples, children and dogs walking towards the exit

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Star Class Locomotive at St Erth Station, Cornwall, c. 1920

Star Class Locomotive at St Erth Station, Cornwall, c. 1920
A view of an unidentified Star Class locomotive sitting at St Erth station, Cornwall, c.1920. The station first opened in 1852 as St Ives Road and was renamed St Erth in the 1870s

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Lambourn Station, West Berkshire

Lambourn Station, West Berkshire
A view of an unladen locomotive leaving Lambourn Station in West Berkshire. Lambourn was the most significant station on the Lambourn Valley Railway

Background imageLocomotive Collection: Bathampton Station, Somerset

Bathampton Station, Somerset
A view of Bathampton Station in Somerset with a locomotive in steam at the platform and one of the bridges at the station in the background



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