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Swindon Junction Gallery

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Choose from 14 pictures in our Swindon Junction collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Swindon Station, 1930
Swindon Station, 1930
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First Class Refreshment Rooms, Swindon Station, c.1840s
First Class Refreshment Rooms, Swindon Station, c.1840s
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View of Swindon Station, c.1880s
View of Swindon Station, c.1880s
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View of Swindon Station, c.1890s
View of Swindon Station, c.1890s
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Swindon Junction Station, April 1946
Swindon Junction Station, April 1946
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Swindon Station, c.1920
Swindon Station, c.1920
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Anti-aircraft platform at Swindon Station c.1940
Anti-aircraft platform at Swindon Station c.1940
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Holidaymakers on Swindon Station, c.1930
Holidaymakers on Swindon Station, c.1930
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Looking West from Swindon Junction Station, 1950
Looking West from Swindon Junction Station, 1950
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Swindon Junction Station, c.1950s
Swindon Junction Station, c.1950s
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Swindon Junction Station, 1949
Swindon Junction Station, 1949
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Swindon Junction Station, c.1890s
Swindon Junction Station, c.1890s
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Anti-aircraft platform at Swindon Station c.1940 Featured Image

Anti-aircraft platform at Swindon Station c.1940

An anti-aircraft platform can be seen in this image of Swindon Station, but what is most intriguing is the very small Swindon Junction sign hanging in the centre of the platform canopy. In 1940 precautions were put in place to thwart possible German parachute invaders. For the GWR this meant the removal of station signs, but nationally it included the removal of signposts, milestones and AA village signs. The idea was to confuse foreign invaders should they land in the country. This small sign was a means of allowing general passengers a discreet way of identifying where they were

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Passengers waiting on Platform 5, c.1920s
Passengers waiting on Platform 5, c.1920s
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Swindon Junction, Platform 3, 28th January 1970
Swindon Junction, Platform 3, 28th January 1970
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