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053 - Great Western Railway Slough Station

Object Type: Folder
In Folder: Historical Engineering Collection


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Drawing is of an elevation and section of carriage platform.

30 January 1883

Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation of departure building, second drawing is of plan showing booking office, superintendents office, lobby, waiting room, ladies room, parcel office and store room.

21 December 1882

Three drawings on one sheet of detail of columns under girder Y. End elevation, front elevation and section.

1835-1882

Six drawings on one sheet of brackets, sections and elevations.

13 December 1882

Drawing is of key plan for ironwork. Drawing is signed by Lancaster Owen, [BN Smith] and a witness.

12 September 1882

Eight drawings on one sheet of plans and details of footbridge. Drawing is Mr. E Olander's copy.

13 December 1882

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of elevation towards main line, central platform, second drawing is of elevation towards up relief line, third drawing is of end elevation towards Paddington.

04 September 1882

Drawing is a plan of [Slough Station] showing the routes of the lines, the plans of the station buildings and of the platforms.

1835-1840

Eleven drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of longitudinal section thro' first and second class ladies, staircase etc. up relief platform, second drawing is of longitudinal section thro' footbridge etc., third drawing is of longitudinal section thro' staircase etc. down main line platform, fourth drawing is of cross section thro' first and second class ladies up relief platform, fifth drawing is of elevation of foot bridge towards Reading, sixth drawing title missing, seventh drawing is of third class waiting room etc., eighth drawing is of cross section thro' third class waiting room, ninth drawing is of booking office etc., tenth drawing is of cross section, eleventh drawing title missing.

04 September 1882

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