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131 - Windsor Branch Railway

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Three drawings on one sheet. Plans of top diagonal braces for the Thames Bridge at Windsor. First drawing is of outside rib, second drawing is of middle rib, third drawing is of section of timber fenders at rails. 18 Duke Street.

12 March 1856

Four drawings on one sheet. Cast iron parapet for the Thames Bridge at Windsor. First drawing is of river end elevation, second drawing is of elevation, third drawing is of end elevation, fourth drawing is of plan at A.B. 18 Duke Street.

31 January 1849

Working drawing showing elevation of Windsor Viaduct

14 March 1849

Sections of River, Roads and Bridges for Windsor Branch

17 February 1848

Plan of Windsor Branch from junction of Great Western Railway at Slough to Windsor. This plan shows a deviation of the line to be closer to Eton.

1845-1855

Elevation and plan of Windsor Viaduct

30 December 1849

One drawing showing section through centre of River Thames Slough to Windsor

1848

27 drawings showing sections of the River Thames

June 1848

One drawing showing part of bridge crossing the River Thames

01 June 1848

Section along Sanitorium Road Eton Wick Road

11 February 1848

Two drawings showing plan and section of Crossing the River Thames

1845-1855

2 drawings showing cross section of the River Thames for Windsor Bridge

1848

4 drawings showing elevation, section and plans of River over the Thames

1848

Three drawings on one sheet showing the River Thames Bridge at Windsor. First drawing is of transverse section, second drawing is of elevation, third drawing is of plan.

1855-1860

Plan of Windsor Branch from junction of Great Western Railway at Slough to Windsor

23 August 1847

Plan of Windsor Branch from junction of Great Western Railway at Slough to Windsor

1845-1855

Simple drawings showing line of roadways

[June] 1848

Drawing showing dimensions of present Windsor Bridge

1845-1855

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