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074 - Bristol and Exeter Railway - Bristol Terminus

Object Type: Folder
In Folder: Historical Engineering Collection


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Drawing is a sketch of the building layout relating to platform for quick train at Bristol.

1835-1845

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of east elevation, second drawing is of north elevation, third drawing is of transverse section.

1835-1845

Drawing is of west elevation of Quick Train Platform Building at B&E Bristol Station

1835-1845

One sketch on one sheet relating to Bristol Terminus showing the roof bracing.

1835-1845

Six drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of north elevation, second drawing is of a plan, third drawing is of section at CD, fourth drawing is of section at EF, fifth drawing is of elevation of booking offices etc., sixth drawing is of west elevation.

1835-1845

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation towards railway, second drawing is of back elevation, third drawing is of a plan.

1835-1845

Drawing is a general plan of Bristol Terminus showing new approach road to Bristol and Exeter Booking Office.

1835-1845

Drawing is of west elevation of Quick Trains Platform Building

1835-1845

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of east elevation of quick train platform building, second drawing is of north elevation showing glass roof frontage, third drawing is of transverse section.

1835-1845

One drawing on one sheet relating to Bristol Terminus showing platform roof detail.

1835-1845

Nine drawings on one sheet of transverse sections, longitudinal sections and details for offices and sheds etc. for Bristol Terminus. [Mainly Train Shed Elevations including Iron Fixtures and Flooring details].

1835-1845

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation showing the platform and roof details, second and third drawings are of roof fixtures.

1835-1845

One sketch on one sheet relating to Bristol Terminus.

1835-1845

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