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Swindon Works Gallery

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Choose from 195 pictures in our Swindon Works collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933) Featured Print

George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933)

George Jackson Churchward, pictured here in 1918, was the GWR's Chief Mechanical Engineer between 1902 and 1921. He oversaw the Swindon Works modernisation and introduced the 4-6-0 locomotives, the blueprint for some the GWR's most iconic express engines. He died in Swindon in 1933 after being struck by a train as he was crossing the railway tracks between his home and the Works

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

Women war workers making ammunition shells in 24F Shop, 1943 Featured Print

Women war workers making ammunition shells in 24F Shop, 1943

These women have been tasked with the pressing on of copper bands and insertion of base plates for 25-pounder quick firing, high explosive, streamline shells. They are using a specialist Aldous- Campbell Ltd high pressure machine which fits both copper band and base plate securely in position. The lady to the right of the machine is holding a shell in position and a notice board (just out of shot) states that two presses, one of eight seconds and another of five seconds, are required in the machine to seal the shell

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

Swindon Works Hooter Operator 1936 Featured Print

Swindon Works Hooter Operator 1936

The hooter was a set of steam whistles that called employees into work, and signalled the end of the working day. The operator sounded the hooter by turning a wheel that released steam at high pressure, and sounded through the whistles on top of the hooter house

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

1936, Employee, Hooter, Hooter House, Swindon Works, Whistle