Swindon Works in 1951

Rail Britannia: Newly found pictures reveal how train travel was once a glorious experience, not a shabby ordeal

A Class 4 locomotive suspended from the ceiling in preparation for a valve fitting at Swindon Works in 1951 --- England

'Castle' class no.4079 'Pendennis Castle' moving off Swindon shed. 26 April 1964

4079 'Pendennis Castle' 'Castle' class moving off Swindon shed. 26 April Photo by Ricsrailpics

GWR The Queen - William Dean, Swindon

Steamtown Railway Museum built replica of Great Western Railway Dean x "Dean Single" locomotive number 3041 THE QUEEN at Steamtown Railway Museum at Carnforth.

GWR 2-4-0 by Dean at Swindon

GWR Class was a William Dean design of It was to be the final series of to be built by the GWR. These Swindon-built locomotives worked the express passenger trains between London & South Wales.

Collett "9000 Dukedog" Class 4-4-0 No. 9015.  At Swindon Works (scrap yard) on the 9th October 1960 photo by Ron Bowyer

Collett Dukedog" Class No. At Swindon Works (scrap yard) on the October 1960 photo by Ron Bowyer

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