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TRANS 8.237.tif
Lostwithiel to Fowey branch. One of thelast steam workings on this line. An ex-GWR prairie tank brings back a rake of loose-coupled clay wagons from Fowey to go on to the clay sidings probably at Bugle or Burngullow.

ARTS 6.013.tif
A postcard featuring a drawing by Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) depicting a circular railway laid down by Richard Trevithick in 1808 on a site which is now Torrington Square, near Euston Station. The locomotive was designed by Trevithick and called…

ARTS 6.008.tif
Jimmy Trezise, Penzance, barber, with some of the steam engines he has painted over the years. PREVREF 1958 Exhibited at a Steam Nostalgia Show1870-1934.

TRANS 8.165.tif
Loco 7031 built in 1950 for £11,640 & scrapped after 150000 miles, 1963

TRANS 8.155.tif
Main Line Helston Spur & Marshalling Yard

BRIDG 8.011.tif
A passenger train on a Brunel viaduct. In the foreground is a man wearing a hat and long coat with a walking stick, standing near a stone wall, and apparently timing the train.

TRANS 8.120.tif
Low Carriages with roof vents for lamps to be lowered through. Open Cab & Tender to Engine

BRIDG 8.009.tif
Penwithers Viaduct. The first viaduct after leaving Truro on the Falmouth branch. This structure was 'filled in' to make an embankment in 1926. Depicts a steam train on the bridge with a cottage in the foreground and four men with a car. (Opie 636)

BRIDG 8.008.tif
Collegewood Viaduct on the Falmouth branch. Last of Brunel's wooden structures to be rebuilt (1934). The work on the new pillars for the replacement has commenced when the picture was taken.
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