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Bristol Temple Meads Collection

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Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: No 7029 Clun Castle at Bristol Temple Meads, 1966

No 7029 Clun Castle at Bristol Temple Meads, 1966
A view of 4-6-0 Castle class locomotive, Clun Castle, No 7029 at Bristol Temple Meads in 1966; seen here at a Farewell to Steam event. The platform is full of enthusiasts and onlookers

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station, c. 1936

Bristol Temple Meads Station, c. 1936
A view of Diesel Railcar No. 11, built by AEC, waiting at a platform at Bristol Temple Meads in c.1936. These new streamlined railcars were very much of their time

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station, c1900

Bristol Temple Meads Station, c1900
A snowy scene at Bristol Temple Meads Station in about 1900. The 1870s extension is at the top of the image and the original Brunel building is on the left

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Decorations at Bristol Temple Meads for Queens Visit, 1956

Decorations at Bristol Temple Meads for Queens Visit, 1956
This photograph shows the façade of Bristol Temple Meads station decorated for Queen Elizabeth IIs visit in 1956

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Locomotive No. 2939, Croome Court

Locomotive No. 2939, Croome Court
Croome Court can be seen here departing from Bristol Temple Meads Station. It was part of the Saint Class of locomotives, built in 1911. It was withdrawn from service in December 1950

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station in about 1900

Bristol Temple Meads Station in about 1900
A stunning view of the facade of Bristol Temple Meads station in about 1900. The 1870s station extension grandly towers over the people coming from the entrance and the horse and carts

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station c. 1840s

Bristol Temple Meads Station c. 1840s
Reproduction of a lithograph showing Brunels original Bristol Temple Meads Station in about the 1840s. Carriages are passing the facade of the station and ladies are strolling nearby

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station, c. 1843

Bristol Temple Meads Station, c. 1843
Lithograph by John Cooke Bourne of Brunels train shed at Bristol Temple Meads Station in c.1843, a few years after the station opened in 1840

Background imageBristol Temple Meads 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 imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Decorated for The Queens Visit, 5th December 1958

Bristol Temple Meads Decorated for The Queens Visit, 5th December 1958
This image shows Bristol Temple Meads station decorated for H.M. Queen Elizabeth IIs visit on 5th December 1958

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Class 37 Diesel Locomotive No. D6882 at Bristol Temple Meads, 1960s

Class 37 Diesel Locomotive No. D6882 at Bristol Temple Meads, 1960s
Class 37 Diesel Locomotive No. D6882 at Bristol Temple Meads in the early 1960s. Also known as the English Electric Type 3

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station c1840s

Bristol Temple Meads Station c1840s
A lithograph of Brunels Bristol Temple Meads Station c.1840s. A range of carts, horse carriages and people are passing the grand facade of the original Temple Meads station building

Background imageBristol Temple Meads Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Goods Depot, c. 1930

Bristol Temple Meads Goods Depot, c. 1930
A view of the bustling Bristol Temple Meads Goods Depot, c.1930. GWR dray horses and carts are loaded with goods, and a motor van is leaving the depot. The enquiry office is in the background


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