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Stunning time-lapse film shows the removal of the mail conveyor at Temple Meads station
 In December last year, engineers from Network Rail’s ‘orange army’ began the process of removing the old Royal Mail mail conveyor from Bristol Temple Meads station, culminating in the structure being lifted out on Christmas Day. This time-lapse photography shows the scale of the...
Crossrail uncovers Brunel’s railway heritage
Victorian-era rail infrastructure excavated near Paddington as part of the UK’s largest archaeological programme Engineering marvels of the Great Western Railway are uncovered for the first time in more than 100 years Public offered exclusive chance to visit the site and explore the...
Gallery Exhibition To Celebrate Great Western Railway
 Gallery Exhibition To Celebrate Great Western RailwayFriday 11th October, 2013 - 09:13 | Posted by NOW Bath News Team at:  http://www.nowbath.co.uk/news/gallery-exhibition-to-celebrate-great-western-railway-52638/A treasure trove of iconic railway posters, paintings and 19th...
Great Western Main Line Structures get protected status
 30 July 2012 .Great Western Main Line structures get protected status  The Moulsford Viaduct was described as "impressive and imposing" Six railway structures in Oxfordshire have been given protected status after an English Heritage consultation.They are all located along the...
Brunel's Passenger Shed to be used for Bristol to London electric line
from: http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/story-15655545-detail/story.html  (Pictures and further links on original story site)Brunel's Passenger Shed to be used for Bristol to London electric line .Thursday, March 29, 2012 This is BristolFollow.BRUNEL’s original Temple Meads station is to...
Historic images published for first time on new Network Rail virtual archive
Historic images of the original architectural drawings of the Forth Bridge, Paddington station and even Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s signature have been captured and published for the first time on a new Network Rail virtual archive, bringing together 19th century engineering and 21st century...
2011 Brunel Awards International Railway Design Competition
AAR, UIC, C4IDT confer Brunel Award to Amtrak station in Del.Winners of the 2011 Brunel Awards International Railway Design Competition were honored on Friday in Washington, D.C. The Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Railroad Station in Wilmington, Del., was one of the winners and was recognized for...
Reading to benefit from £5bn railway modernisation scheme
 Reading to benefit from £5bn railway modernisation scheme Maxwell Kusi Obodum • Published 14 Jul 2011 15:00 from:http://www.bracknellnews.co.uk/news/roundup/articles/2011/07/14/52994-reading-to-benefit-from-pound5bn-railway-modernisation-scheme/  TRANSPORT secretary Philip...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel - Hero or villain? Alternative views about the creator of the Great Western
  Tuesday, January 18, 2011, 08:03Comment on this storyShare Bookmark with (what is social media?) Facebook Digg Reddit Delicious StumbleUpon TIN.toggleDisplay('socialLinksTop'); Isambard Kingdom Brunel - Hero or villain? Alternative views about the creator of the...
£10m to invest in the future of a Brunel masterpiece
The most complex plan ever to refurbish the Royal Albert bridge has been finalised and Network Rail will soon be tendering for contract to carry out the improvement work.The 151 year-old structure, which carries a busy mainline that is frequently used by around 30 trains each day, will be...

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