Bristol Temple Meads Station as seen from the GWR's old Control Office, 1934.

Soole, Godfrey

 
Bristol Temple Meads Station as seen from the GWR's old Control Office, 1934.
4 0 c m
 
33cm
actual image size: 25cm x 32cm

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Bristol Temple Meads Station as seen from the Great Western Railway's (GWR) old Control Office. In the foreground are delivery vehicles operated jointly by the GWR and the London, Midland & Scottish Railway. The station, designed by Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt, opened on 1 January 1878. The spire on the clock tower was destroyed by a German incendiary bomb in an air raid on 3 January 1941. Photograph by Godfrey Soole.

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