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Anti-aircraft platform at Swindon Station c.1940 Featured Wiltshire Stations 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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Savernake Low Level Station Featured Wiltshire Stations Image

Savernake Low Level Station

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Bridge, Decoration, Marlborough, Savernake, Savernake Low Level, Station, Wiltshire

Calne Station, c.1950s Featured Wiltshire Stations Image

Calne Station, c.1950s

The end of the Chippenham to Calne branch line is shown in this image of Calne Station. The buffer stops are sandwiched between the main passenger platform alongside the booking office and waiting room, and the small milk dock which was used for both goods and passengers alike. The sign at the end of the building was for RAF personnel from Yatebury and Comton Bassett radio training schools, thus dating this photo to the 1950's or early 1960's

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