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PEOP 4.021.tif
Great Western Railway group photo of drivers and conductors.

PEOP 8.032.tif
General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, arriving at Penzance station (centre). He had a great affinity for West Cornwall and visited Penzance several times between his laying of the Citadel's foundation stone and his death in 1912.

TRANS 8.126.tif
Located on the Chacewater to Newquay branch. With wooden platforms and a small "pagoda" shelter, it was typical of the G.W.R.s small stations and halts of the era.


TRANS 8.118.tif
PREVREF 1390 & 1394 duplicate photos

STAT 6.006.tif
The Dean of Truro, the Very Revd. Henry Morgan Lloyd, DSO, OBE, MA, unveiling the plaque at Truro station. Others in the photo include, on the left of the group, O.S. Nock, Esq,, BSc, C. Eng, FICE, FIMeche., the railway author; and Wing Commander…

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