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Great Western Railway (GWR) Gallery

Historic images of the GWR, created by an Act of Parliament in 1835 to provide a double tracked line from Bristol to London

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South Devon Railway Leopard class Saddle Tank Engine Featured Great Western Railway (GWR) Image

South Devon Railway Leopard class Saddle Tank Engine

Vintage engraving of Lance a South Devon Railway Leopard class Saddle Tank Engine. Lance (1875 to 1892) GWR no. 2130, it was one of two locomotives kept working at Swindon railway works for shunting the broad gauge stock into the workshops for conversion or dismantling, until it too was dismantled in June 1893

© duncan1890

Germans Visit GWR Works Featured Great Western Railway (GWR) Image

Germans Visit GWR Works

A group of German students of railway engineering examining carriage casts in the foundry at the GWR (Great Western Railway) works at Swindon, Wiltshire, 4th May 1927. (Photo by H. F. Davis/Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2011 Getty Images

120899146, Black And White, Day, Diry 17833, Full Length, J164535309, Top D 4548

Paddington Station Featured Great Western Railway (GWR) Image

Paddington Station

8th July 1854: Paddington railway station in London. Original Publication: Illustrated London News - The Great Western Railway Terminus - pub. 1854 (Photo by HultonArchive/Illustrated London News/Getty Images)

3092507, 347, 45766 H Rai Bri 1850, 5 4, 73100, 99 Stat, Box, England Black, Landscape Railway Rail, Orig, Transport Europe, White Format