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Background imageStation Collection: Wishford Station, c. 1920s

Wishford Station, c. 1920s
A view of Wishford Station near Salisbury in Wiltshire, c.1920s, showing the second platform that was built in 1901 when the line doubled

Background imageStation Collection: Royal Tour of Wales - Treharris Station, 1955

Royal Tour of Wales - Treharris Station, 1955
This photograph shows Treharris Station decorated ready for Queen Elizabeth IIs visit on her Royal Tour of Wales in 1955

Background imageStation Collection: Ivybridge Station and Viaduct, Devon, c. 1890

Ivybridge Station and Viaduct, Devon, c. 1890
A view of Ivybridge station and the Ivybridge Viaduct, Devon, c.1890. This is Brunels old timber viaduct, shown prior to its replacement in 1892

Background imageStation Collection: GWR Refreshment Department Platform Trolley, May 1937

GWR Refreshment Department Platform Trolley, May 1937
A GWR Refreshment Department platform trolley at Paddington station in London, May 1937. A woman is viewing the refreshments available from the trolley

Background imageStation Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s

Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s
A view of Birmingham Snow Hill station, c.1940s, showing platform No.8 and a few passengers strolling along

Background imageStation Collection: Quick Lunch and Snack Bar at Paddington Station, 1936

Quick Lunch and Snack Bar at Paddington Station, 1936
An interior view of Paddington station showing a busy snack bar, which probably opened soon after the modernisation of the station in the 1930s

Background imageStation Collection: Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c. 1900

Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c. 1900
A view of Nailsea and Backwell Station in Somerset, c.1900, showing one of the signal boxes and a locomotive pulling into the station

Background imageStation Collection: Platform 1 at Paddington Station, 1929

Platform 1 at Paddington Station, 1929
A view of Platform 1 at Paddington Station, London, August 1929. This image shows crowds gathered on the platform with the glass roof above, and station clock and various advertisements on the left

Background imageStation Collection: Box Station, 1885

Box Station, 1885
A view of Box station in 1885, showing a standard gauge locomotive stood on mixed gauge track. The West portal of Middle Hill Tunnel can be seen in the distance

Background imageStation Collection: Class 52 Western Diesel Locomotive at Paddington Station

Class 52 Western Diesel Locomotive at Paddington Station
A view of a Class 52 Western Diesel Locomotive at Paddington Station, c.1960s, showing passengers on platform. The Westerns were built in the early 1960s at Swindon and Crewe

Background imageStation Collection: Platform 1 at Paddington Station, 1904

Platform 1 at Paddington Station, 1904
This view of passengers boarding a train on Platform 1 was taken on the August Bank Holiday 1904. Teeming with people, passengers

Background imageStation Collection: Swindon Town Station, c. 1960

Swindon Town Station, c. 1960
This station was originally on the Midland and South Western Junction Railway and was situated in Swindons Old Town. Seen here with a BR Southern Region locomotive

Background imageStation Collection: Bath Spa Station, Somerset, March 1950

Bath Spa Station, Somerset, March 1950
A view of the Tudor style facade of Bath Spa station in Somerset decorated for the visit of HRH Princess Elizabeth on 3rd May 1950

Background imageStation Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill booking hall concourse, 1912

Birmingham Snow Hill booking hall concourse, 1912
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance. This image shows the station once completed

Background imageStation Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Booking Office, 1912

Birmingham Snow Hill Booking Office, 1912
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance. This image shows the station once completed

Background imageStation Collection: Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c. 1960

Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c. 1960
Road traffic vehicles, including a Western national bus, are taking a priority in this image from about 1960. The level crossing by Blue Anchor station allowed traffic to the beach just out of shot

Background imageStation 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 imageStation 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 imageStation Collection: Leominster Station, Herefordshire, 27th June 1950

Leominster Station, Herefordshire, 27th June 1950
A view of Leominster Station in Herefordshire, taken on 27th June 1950. The image shows the platforms, signals, footbridge and signal box

Background imageStation 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 imageStation 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 imageStation Collection: Penzance Station, Cornwall, c. 1940

Penzance Station, Cornwall, c. 1940
A view of Penzance station, Cornwall, c.1940, showing Castle Class locomotive No. 5024, Carew Castle, sitting at the platform with the town of Penzance visible in the background

Background imageStation Collection: Chipping Campden Station, Cotswolds

Chipping Campden Station, Cotswolds
A view of Chipping Campden station looking towards Evesham, with Auto trailer No. 69 waiting to depart from the platform. Although the town of Chipping Campden has been known as such since the 13th

Background imageStation Collection: Calne Station, 1948

Calne Station, 1948
This photograph was taken in 1948 and shows 0-4-2 tank locomotive No. 1453 arriving from Chippenham at Calne Station in Wiltshire

Background imageStation Collection: The last broad gauge train leaving Paddington Station, 20th May 1892

The last broad gauge train leaving Paddington Station, 20th May 1892
A posed image of the last broad gauge train leaving Paddington station on 20th May 1892. The service is the 5pm to Plymouth, and the locomotive is Bulkeley (named after Captain Bulkeley)

Background imageStation 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 imageStation 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 imageStation Collection: Bristol Temple Meads station alterations, 1934

Bristol Temple Meads station alterations, 1934
Views of the cellars beneath the broad gauge platforms during the alterations at Bristol Temple Meads station in 1934. The expansion of the station started in 1930 and lasted until 1935

Background imageStation Collection: Chetnole Halt, Dorset

Chetnole Halt, Dorset
A view of Chetnole railway station in Dorset. The halt was built in 1933 using a timber construction. This was replaced with concrete in the mid 20th century

Background imageStation 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 imageStation Collection: Cheltenham Racecourse Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960

Cheltenham Racecourse Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960
A view of Cheltenham Racecourse station in Gloucestershire, c.1960. The station opened in 1912 to serve the racecourse and its famous Gold Cup on race days only

Background imageStation Collection: St Ives Station, Cornwall, April 1960

St Ives Station, Cornwall, April 1960
A view of St Ives station, Cornwall in April 1960. A small prairie locomotive, No. 4566 can be seen traversing its carriages at the station

Background imageStation 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 imageStation Collection: Didcot Station and Signal Box, Oxfordshire, c. 1910

Didcot Station and Signal Box, Oxfordshire, c. 1910
A view of the track at Didcot station in Oxfordshire, c.1910, also showing the signal box. In the distance is the Didcot provender store which provided the feed for the GWR horses across the network

Background imageStation Collection: Cheltenham Flyer at Didcot Station, Oxfordshire, c. 1930s

Cheltenham Flyer at Didcot Station, Oxfordshire, c. 1930s
A view of the Cheltenham Flyer passing through Didcot station in Oxfordshire, c.1930s. At the time when this photograph was taken the Cheltenham Spa Express

Background imageStation Collection: Newton Abbot Station, Devon, 1945

Newton Abbot Station, Devon, 1945
A view of Newton Abbot station in Devon, 1945, showing Southern Railway locomotive No. 1848 at the station. Newton Abbot station underwent an extension and rebuild between the wars

Background imageStation Collection: Lithograph of Bridgend Station, c. 1850

Lithograph of Bridgend Station, c. 1850
A reproduction of a lithograph showing Bridgend Station, South Wales, c.1850. The station opened in June 1850 on the line between Cardiff and Swansea

Background imageStation Collection: Swindon Town Station

Swindon Town Station was on the Midland and South Western Junction Railway in Swindons Old Town area. The impressive main offices of the railway company can be seen in the centre of this image

Background imageStation Collection: Perranporth Station, April 1960

Perranporth Station, April 1960
Locomotive No 4593 stands at Perranporth Station on 23rd April 1960 while the driver chats to a member of station staff before continuing on its journey to Newquay

Background imageStation Collection: Hirwaun Station, Wales

Hirwaun Station, Wales
0-6-0 Pannier Tank locomotive No. 9473 steams into Hirwaun Station on 7th June 1954. The station served a mainly industrial community of nearby collieries, quarries and an ironworks

Background imageStation Collection: Grimstone and Frampton Station, Dorset, c. 1963

Grimstone and Frampton Station, Dorset, c. 1963
A sweeping view of the signal box, platform buildings and footbridge at Grimstone and Frampton Station. This photograph was taken from the embankment alongside the down line

Background imageStation Collection: Gara Bridge Station, Devon

Gara Bridge Station, Devon
A member of station staff stands on the down platform at Gara Bridge Station looking south towards Kingsbridge. The level crossing gates behind him are closed to rail traffic

Background imageStation Collection: Steer Point Station, Devon, c. 1898

Steer Point Station, Devon, c. 1898
A view of Steer Point station on the Plymouth to Yealmpton Line, at Brixton, east of Plymouth in Devon, c.1898. The station opened in January 1898 and closed in 1930

Background imageStation Collection: Plympton Station, Devon, c. 1920

Plympton Station, Devon, c. 1920
A view of Plympton Station, Devon, c.1920, showing a few passengers on the platforms and the station buildings. Plympton station opened in June 1848 as part of the South Devon Railway

Background imageStation Collection: Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, August 1959

Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, August 1959
A view of locomotive No. 90676 passing through Uffington station in Oxfordshire while transporting goods in August 1959. The image also shows Uffington signal box

Background imageStation Collection: No. 111, The Great Bear at Paddington Station, c. 1910

No. 111, The Great Bear at Paddington Station, c. 1910
An image of the No 111 4-6-2 Pacific Locomotive, The Great Bear, in steam at Paddington station in c.1910. It was built in 1908 and withdrawn in 1924 and rebuilt as 4-6-0 Viscount Churchill

Background imageStation 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 imageStation 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



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