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Frome Station, Somerset, c. 1970

Frome Station, Somerset, c. 1970


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Frome Station, Somerset, c. 1970

A view of Frome station in Somerset, c.1970, showing the front facade of the station building, with the overall roof designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunels assistant J R Hannaford behind. Frome station opened in 1850, is one of the only stations left in Britain with a timber through train shed and is Grade II listed.
A row of cars are parked in front of the station

Media ID 482076

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

1970 1970s Grade Ii Listed Overall Roof Somerset Station Station Building Train Shed


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