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Platform 1 at Paddington Station, 1904 Featured Stations and Halts Print

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 and porters bustle about the platform by the clock at the First Class end of the train before it departs

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1900s, 1904, August, Bank Holiday, Boarding, Edwardian, Paddington, Passengers, People, Platform, Platform 1, Station

GWR station staff member in a gas mask, c.1939 Featured Stations and Halts Print

GWR station staff member in a gas mask, c.1939

During an air raid the threat of poison gas bombs being dropped by the German Luftwaffe was extremely high. Mustard gas was the most deadly gas available and could take up to 12 hours to take effect. 38 million gas masks were distributed in Britain to protect against any ill effects should gas bombs be dropped. After an air raid GWR staff would continue their normal duties, but in some instances would continue to wear their gas masks. This image shows a porter at Paddington Station wearing his mask. It must have been difficult to carry out normal tasks with limited visibility and restricted movement

Cheltenham Flyer at Didcot Station, Oxfordshire, c.1930s Featured Stations and Halts Print

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 and the GWR were competing with other railway companies for the title of the fastest train. Didcot station opened in June 1844 and was renamed Didcot Parkway in July 1985

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