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055/056/057/058/059/060 - Great Western Railway Paddington Station [New Station]

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Paddington Station Alterations. Twenty three drawings on one sheet. Inside of end elevation showing tracery decoration of end screen. Aslo shows half plan of top and bottom flange of screen girder.

29 December 1914

Paddington Station: Carriage, Sheds, Workshops etc. Drawing for carriage, sheds, workshops etc. of stairs up to store room. Drawing is elevation of cast iron string.

14 January 1856

Paddington Station: Carriage Sheds, Workshops etc. Two drawings on one sheet. Drawing for carriage sheds, workshops etc. of railing to well holes of workshop floor. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of a plan.

12 December 1855

Drawing is of a turntable for Paddington Station including hydraulic machinery. Drawing done by W Armstrong.

1845-1855

Paddington Station: Carriage, Sheds, Workshops etc. Two drawings on one sheet of carriage, sheds, workshops etc. First drawing is of chimney shaft next Bishops-Road - Bridge, second drawing is of detail No. 19.

29 January 1856

Two drawings on one sheet of hydraulic machinery for turntable at Paddington Station showing both plan and elevation. Drawing done by W Armstrong.

1845-1855

Paddington Station: Carriage Department, stores and clerks offices. Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of plan of first floor, second drawing is of plan of roofs.

1845-1855

Paddington Station: Carriage, Sheds, Workshops etc. Six drawings on one sheet for carriage, sheds, workshops etc. truss for one story building including details and sections.

07 August 1855

Paddington New Station Roof. Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of mode of fixing ribs on girders, second drawing is of sectional plan thro' a, a.

1845-1855

Paddington Station. Drawing is for contract for roofing and drawing is shewing ribs, girders, and columns to new Paddington Station and south end near hotel.

1845-1855

Paddington Station Additional Offices. Ten drawings on one sheet. Drawings include elevations and plans of girders, cast iron shoes and plan. Drawing is signed by Lancaster Owen.

27 May 1878

Paddington Station Additional Offices. Ten drawings on one sheet. Drawings include elevations and plans of girders, cast iron shoes and plan. Drawing is signed by Lancaster O[wen].

05 June 1878

Paddington Station. Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of a plan, third drawing is of detail of ring handle. Drawing is signed by Grierson, and contractors A Jackman and Son on 23rd April 1906 and a witness.

19 February 1906

Lord Hill Bridge. Ten drawings on one sheet. Drawings are of various sections including elevations and plans of girders and transverse section of bridge.

1845-1855

Paddington New Lines and Subway - Lord Hill Footbridge Extension. Seven drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of section XX-section YY, second drawing is of half elevation of girder, third drawing is of elevation at pier, fourth drawing is of [cross] section thro' ZZ, fifth drawing is of half plan of bridge, sixth drawing is of plan at pier, seventh drawing is of details at S, T, U and V. Drawing is signed by [Lancaster Owen].

12 April 1877

Five drawings on one sheet of [hydraulic machinery for turntable at Paddington Station]. Drawing done by W Armstrong.

1845-1855

Paddington Station: Carriage, Sheds, Workshops etc. Three drawings on one sheet of carriage, sheds, workshops etc. of girders over carpenters and painters shops.

13 March 1856

Drawing is a plan of pit for hydraulic machinery for 22 foot turntables at Paddington.

09 May 1855

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