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WW1 silhouettes, wounded soldiers and medical care Featured Railways Print

WW1 silhouettes, wounded soldiers and medical care

Silhouettes of wounded soldiers and medical care during the First World War. From the top: stretcher bearers, a field ambulance, the casualty clearing station, a train taking men off to the base, a nursing sister bringing food and drink to a patient, a ship taking wounded men back home, and hospital in England with nurses and convalescent men.

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Station Master BB98_05551 Featured Railways Print

Station Master BB98_05551

STATION MASTER, Finmere Station, Oxfordshire. In 1898-99 the Great Central Railway Company (formed 1897) created a main railway route from Sheffield through Nottingham and Leicester to London. Here the stationmaster at Finmere Station is pictured in 1904 in full railway uniform. The line was closed 1966-69 and subsequently was largely dismantled. Photographed by Alfred Newton and Son

© Historic England

Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843 Featured Railways Print

Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843

BRODSWORTH MAIN COLLIERY, Adwick-le-Street, South Yorkshire. Aerial photograph taken in May 1925. The Colliery was opened in 1905 and closed in 1990. The radial housing estate that can be seen at the top of the picture is part of the model village of Woodlands that was originally built for the colliery workers. This picture clearly shows railway sidings and coal trucks as well as a wide variety of pit head structures. Taken from a copy negative. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

© Historic England