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066 - Great Western Railway - Swindon Station

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Two drawings on one sheets of plans for carriage sheds.

1854

Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of an elevation of exterior of Swindon Refreshment Rooms, second drawing is of interior plan of refreshment rooms with space for ladies room, first class area, second class area and a second ladies room. The drawing is signed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Joseph Drown Rigby and Charles Rigby.

1835-1845

Drawing shows plan of site for new booking office etc. Drawing is signed by [J] Bishop and witness.

06 May 1872

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation of girder between columns, second drawing is of details of tie rod, third drawing is of general plan. Drawing is signed by Lancaster Owen, Mr. E. Olander and [AJ Beaven].

05 September 1881

Five drawings on one sheet for sorting room enlargement. First drawing is of elevation to roadway, second drawing is of cross section, third drawing is of elevation to [railway], fourth drawing is of plan of layout of inside of building including sorting room, lobby, office, station master's room and telegraph office, fifth drawing is of cellar plan.

23 November 1897

Eight drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of west end elevation, second drawing is of front elevation, third drawing is of east end elevation, fourth drawing is of elevation to railway, fifth drawing is of ground plan, sixth drawing is of first floor plan, seventh drawing is of longitudinal section, eighth drawing is of transverse section. Drawing is signed by [J] Bishop and witness.

06 May 1872

Twelve drawings on one sheet of various details of sections and connections for roof extension. Drawing is Mr. E Olander's copy and is signed by Lancaster Owen, a witness and contractor. (Half signature missing, starts [Bea]).

03 September 1881

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation of girder between columns, second drawing is of details of tie rod, third drawing is of general plan. Drawing is signed by Lancaster Owen, Mr. E. Olander and [AJ Beaven].

05 September 1881

Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of an elevation of the Interior of the refreshment rooms, second drawing is of an elevation of Footbridge and cross section [showing interior of two rooms.] Drawing is signed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Joseph Drown Rigby and Charles Rigby.

1835-1845

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation CD, second drawing is of elevation AB, third drawing is of plan showing booking office, lamps, parcels and superintendents room.

03 January 1855

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of an elevation of the exterior of the refreshment rooms, second drawing is a detail of one of the sky lights for the refreshment room, third drawing is an aerial view of the sky lights of refreshment rooms. Drawing is signed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Joseph Drown Rigby and Charles Rigby.

1835-1845

Twelve drawings on one sheet of various details of sections and connections for roof extension including columns and brackets. Drawing is contract drawing and is signed by Lancaster Owen.

03 September 1881

Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of a plan for the interior of the refreshment rooms with first class rooms on the left and second class rooms on the right, the second drawing is of a plan for the interior of the refreshment rooms with second class rooms on the left and first class rooms on the right.

1835-1845

Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of the plan of ground shewing the site of refreshment rooms and tap, second drawing is of plan of the two refreshment rooms. Drawing is signed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Joseph Drown Rigby and Charles Rigby.

1835-1845

Drawing is of plan of the ground on which the cottages are to be built shewing the site of the inn or public house. Includes location of engine house, line of railway, site of inn/public house and the road in relation to each other. Drawing is signed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Joseph Drown Rigby and Charles Rigby.

1835-1845

Drawing is of general plan shewing proposed additions to platforms, new offices, subway, closets etc.

1845-1880

Seven drawings on one sheet of various details for additional platform and carriage shed including elevations and sections.

1845-1880

Seven drawings on one sheet of various details for additional platform and carriage shed including elevations and sections. Office Copy.

1845-1880

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