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052 - Bristol Temple Meads Joint Station

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Five drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 5 for Bristol Joint Station of details of skylight ventilators balconies &c. First drawing is of lower skylight, second drawing is of middle skylight, third drawing is of upper skylight, fourth drawing is of lower skylight and balcony, fifth drawing is of detail of purlins with bottom of lower skylight.

11 September 1871

Drawing No. 1 for Bristol Joint Station Booking Hall Contract. Drawing is of a floor plan for the interior of the booking office including Great Western Offices, Midland Offices, post office, ticket office, telegraph office and booking offices for Midland Railway, Bristol and Exeter Railway and Great Western Railway.

11 September 1871

Drawing No. 10 for Bristol Joint Station Booking Hall Contract. Drawing is of an elevation of interior section of the booking hall showing windows and door.

11 September 1871

Three drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 17 for Bristol Joint Station. All drawings are of full size sections of beams and mouldings to hall and corridor ceilings.

11 September 1871

Twelve drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 2 for Bristol Joint Station. Ten of the drawings show bolts, mechanisms and small section details, fourth drawing is of half gable-end elevation. Drawing is signed by Francis Fox.

11 September 1871

Drawing No. 5 for Bristol Joint Station Booking Hall Contract. Drawing is of an elevation of the hall and corridor and of the exterior of the booking office. Drawing has an addition flap on the top which shows an alternative design for the spire at the top of the booking office.

11 September 1871

Two drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 7 for Bristol Joint Station. First drawing is of elevation of interior, second drawing is of elevation of exterior.

11 September 1871

Two drawings on one sheet. Drawing for Bristol Joint Station. First drawing is of elevation of the triangular roof beyond refreshment rooms, second drawing is of side shed roof and main shed roof.

11 September 1871

Drawing for Bristol Joint Station Booking Hall Contract. Drawing is of a floor plan for booking hall including various offices including those of Great Western Railway and Midland Railway and lost property office.

11 September 1871

Four drawings on one sheet. Drawing for Bristol Joint Station Booking Hall Contract. First drawing is of elevation of section of booking hall entrance doors, final three drawings are full sized drawings of details of large doors.

11 September 1871

Two drawings on one sheet. Drawing for Bristol Joint Station Booking Hall Contract. First drawing is of longitudinal section of offices behind hall, second drawing is of cross section of hall.

11 September 1871

Drawing for Bristol Joint Station Booking Hall Contract. Drawing is an elevation of the exterior of the new booking office for the Bristol Joint Station showing details of upper windows and central clock tower.

11 September 1871

Sections of [accommodation - offices behind hall] at Bristol Joint Station.

1871

Drawing of new entrance for joint station at Bristol Temple Meads showing an elevation of entrances for Midland Railway, Bristol and Exeter Railway and the Great Western Railway. The station has drawing of pedestrians and horses on the path in front.

11 September 1871

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