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Images Dated: 2024

2024 Collection
22 Items

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2023 Collection
145 Items

Images Dated: 2022

2022 Collection
447 Items

Images Dated: 2021

2021 Collection
763 Items

Images Dated: 2020

2020 Collection
937 Items

Images Dated: 2007

2007 Collection
1,005 Items

Images Dated: 2008

2008 Collection
258 Items

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2009 Collection
102 Items

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2010 Collection
159 Items

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2011 Collection
192 Items

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2012 Collection
366 Items

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2013 Collection
423 Items

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2014 Collection
641 Items

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2015 Collection
225 Items

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2016 Collection
638 Items

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2017 Collection
187 Items

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2018 Collection
405 Items

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2019 Collection
198 Items

Background imageImages Dated: Eastgate Street, Chester, c1890s

Eastgate Street, Chester, c1890s
This image comes from a Photochrom carriage print used by the Great Western Railway in the late 1800s. The picture shows a view of the historic timber-frame buildings in the centre of Chester

Background imageImages Dated: Swindon Works Map, c. 1940s

Swindon Works Map, c. 1940s
Swindon Works Map, c.1940s, showing the growth of the GWR Works in Swindon between 1846 and the 1940s. The sheer volume of workshops and sidings can be seen in fascinating detail

Background imageImages Dated: Poster for Cheltenham Races, 1936

Poster for Cheltenham Races, 1936
Advertising Poster for Cheltenham Races, 1936. This poster shows the way that the Publicity Department used events such as race meetings to encourage the public to travel by train

Background imageImages Dated: AV Boiler Shop, c1920s

AV Boiler Shop, c1920s
Boiler suspended vertically from crane

Background imageImages Dated: Henley-on-Thames Station, Oxfordshire, 1954

Henley-on-Thames Station, Oxfordshire, 1954
A view of Henley-on-Thames station in Oxfordshire in 1954, showing the dead end of the terminus. The station opened with three platforms

Background imageImages Dated: Swindon Works Map c.1940

Swindon Works Map c.1940
Map of Swindon Works showing the offices, workshops and tracks around the site. The inset box depicts the comparison between the site in 1846 and the site in the 1940s

Background imageImages Dated: GWR Network Map, c1920s

GWR Network Map, c1920s

Background imageImages Dated: Chipping Campden, July 1930

Chipping Campden, July 1930
A view up the High Street towards the Market Hall. Motor cars line the street, although the Caution Road Up sign indicates work taking place

Background imageImages Dated: British Railways network map 1950s

British Railways network map 1950s
A map showing the rail lines across the British Railway network during the 1950s

Background imageImages Dated: 7 King Class Locomotives at Swindon Shed, 1930

7 King Class Locomotives at Swindon Shed, 1930
From l-r: No 6005 King George II, No 6008 King James II, No 6017 King Edward IV, No 6020 King Henry IV, No 6022 King Edward III, No 6023 King Edward II, No 6024 King Edward I

Background imageImages Dated: Ivybridge Station and Viaduct, Devon, c. 1890

Ivybridge Station and Viaduct, Devon, c. 1890
A view of Ivybridge station and the Ivybridge Viaduct, Devon, c.1890. This is Brunels old timber viaduct, shown prior to its replacement in 1892

Background imageImages Dated: Guernsey & Jersey via Weymouth poster, about 1891

Guernsey & Jersey via Weymouth poster, about 1891
In 1889 the GWR began operating a steamship service to the Channel Islands. This poster shows the GWRs TSS Ibex, leaving harbour at Guernsey on its route across the Channel

Background imageImages Dated: No 92220 Evening Star

No 92220 Evening Star
2-10-0 9F class locomotive, built 1960. Evening Star was the last mainline British Railways steam locomotive to be built in Britain at Swindon Works. Withdrawn 1965

Background imageImages Dated: Swindon Works, 1908

Swindon Works, 1908
View of Swindon Works looking towards the turntable and Erecting Shop

Background imageImages Dated: Design drawing for the King Class locomotive, 1927

Design drawing for the King Class locomotive, 1927

Background imageImages Dated: Locomotive at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, 1950s

Locomotive at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, 1950s
A tank locomotive heads along the St Ives branch line. The Carbis Bay Hotel can be seen nestled behind the beach and in front of the viaduct

Background imageImages Dated: Old Oak Common Engine Shed, c1910

Old Oak Common Engine Shed, c1910
Featuring No 2915 (Saint Bartholemew) on far right of image

Background imageImages Dated: No 6027, King Richard I, 1937

No 6027, King Richard I, 1937
4-6-0 King Class locomotive on the down Riviera, Reading West

Background imageImages Dated: Manor class, 4-6-0, No. 7820 Dinmore Manor at Shrewsbury, 1964

Manor class, 4-6-0, No. 7820 Dinmore Manor at Shrewsbury, 1964

Background imageImages Dated: No 92220 Evening Star, in steam

No 92220 Evening Star, in steam
2-10-0 9F class locomotive, built 1960. Evening Star was the last mainline British Railways steam locomotive to be built in Britain at Swindon Works. Withdrawn 1965

Background imageImages Dated: King George V hauling an express train

King George V hauling an express train

Background imageImages Dated: Taxi Rank at Paddington Station, 1934

Taxi Rank at Paddington Station, 1934
This images shows the busy taxi rank at Paddington Station in 1934. Over 20 taxis are waiting along this stretch. By the 1930s most taxis were motor vehicles

Background imageImages Dated: GWR Docks Brentford, c1930

GWR Docks Brentford, c1930

Background imageImages Dated: Men leaving Swindon Works, Rodbourne Road entrance, 1928

Men leaving Swindon Works, Rodbourne Road entrance, 1928
Hoards of men leaving Swindon Works, Rodbourne Road entrance, 1928. The pattern shop is in the background and an omnibus with Arkells advertising on it

Background imageImages Dated: Inkermann, c1880s

Inkermann, c1880s
4-2-2, Rover class locomotive, Built 1878 and withdrawn 1892

Background imageImages Dated: Quick Lunch and Snack Bar at Paddington Station, 1936

Quick Lunch and Snack Bar at Paddington Station, 1936
An interior view of Paddington station showing a busy snack bar, which probably opened soon after the modernisation of the station in the 1930s

Background imageImages Dated: Bristol & Exeter Railway Broad Gauge Locomotive

Bristol & Exeter Railway Broad Gauge Locomotive
Built 1853-54

Background imageImages Dated: GWR Refreshment Department Platform Trolley, May 1937

GWR Refreshment Department Platform Trolley, May 1937
A GWR Refreshment Department platform trolley at Paddington station in London, May 1937. A woman is viewing the refreshments available from the trolley

Background imageImages Dated: Earl of Clancarty, No. 5058 with Dinmore Manor, No. 7820 at Aller Junction, September 1958

Earl of Clancarty, No. 5058 with Dinmore Manor, No. 7820 at Aller Junction, September 1958

Background imageImages Dated: Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c. 1900

Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c. 1900
A view of Nailsea and Backwell Station in Somerset, c.1900, showing one of the signal boxes and a locomotive pulling into the station



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