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054 - Great Western Railway Paddington Station

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Plan of the Parish of Paddington. Drawing is a land plan of areas surrounding Paddington Parish and estates such as that of the Bishop of London and showing Black Lion Lane and Westbourne Terrace. Plan showing the area in which Paddington Station was to be built. Large part of annotation missing but starts that this property plan was attached to agreement with Mr Cockrall showing various overseers and quantities.

1838-1854

Early design for Paddington Station possibly not built. Drawing is of a plan showing the location of terminus in relation to Paddington Canal.

1838-1854

Plan of Paddington Station Goods Shed in relation to the canal.

1838-1854

Paddington Station [Plan]. Drawing is a plan of the tracks and buildings at Paddington Station. Drawing is annotated 18 Duke Street, but part of this text is missing.

17 March 1852

Early design for Paddington Station possibly not built. Drawing is of a plan showing the location of depot in relation to Westbourne Road, Spring Street and the Paddington Canal.

1838-1854

Drawing shows a cross section for land through Old Oak Column, Wormwood Scrubs and ending at Paddington Canal.

1838-1854

Plan of Paddington Station.

1838-1854

Drawing is a plan of terminus showing location of Paddington Station.

1838-1854

Paddington Station [Details of Skirting Boards]. Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation of portion of skirting, second drawing is of skirting for board room and committee room and Mr. Saunders' office, third drawing is of skirting for ordinary rooms on upper floor including WCs [water closets]. Drawing has been signed by Brunel.

07 February 1852

Drawing is of a plan of the original Great Western Railway London Terminus at Paddington. showing the Carriage Shed, arrival and departure lines, goods arrival and departure lines and associated buildings.

1838-1854

Early design for Paddington Station possibly not built. Drawing is of a plan showing the location of Paddington Station in relation to the Paddington Canal and showing the location for first class, second and third class and private trains.

1838-1854

Plan of Paddington Station.

1838-1854

Drawing is of a plan of lines and layout of new Paddington Station.

1838-1854

Drawing is of plan of foundations for Westbourne Road bridge.

1835-1845

Paddington Station. Seven drawings on one sheet of details of arrangement of gates. First drawing is of details, second drawing is of elevation, third drawing is of a section, fourth drawing is of a section, fifth drawing is of longitudinal section, sixth drawing is of a plan, seventh drawing is of section at AB.

1835-1845

Details of Westbourne Road Bridge. Five drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation looking west, second drawing is of longitudinal section at AB, third drawing is of transverse section at CD, fourth drawing is of transverse section at EF, fifth drawing is of transverse section at GH.

1835-1845

Details of Westbourne Road Bridge. Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is o f elevation looking east, second drawing is of plan of [foundations].

1835-1845

Details of Black Lion Road (Lords Hill) Bridge. Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of plan of foundations with plan of superstructure.

1835-1845

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