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Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Trenance viaduct, Newquay, Cornwall. Around 1910

Trenance viaduct, Newquay, Cornwall. Around 1910
View of the viaduct taken from Trenance Gardens, with four women, wearing straw boaters, standing in the foreground. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Perranporth railway bridge. Late 1800s

Perranporth railway bridge. Late 1800s
A view from Nampara side of the railway bridge looking down Boscawen Road with Perranporth village and beach in the background

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Locomotive Smelter on the Redruth and Chacewater line, Cornwall. After 1854

Locomotive Smelter on the Redruth and Chacewater line, Cornwall. After 1854
Driver and fireman posing for the camera and a group of small children looking on from the vantage point of a high hedge in the background

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990

Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990
St Austell station in the 1990s when the gardens and flower beds won awards. The original footbridge, which dates from 1882, was removed in 2019 after a modern

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Liskeard and Looe Railway Staff, Wagon Repair Works, Moorswater, Liskeard, Cornwall. December 1908

Liskeard and Looe Railway Staff, Wagon Repair Works, Moorswater, Liskeard, Cornwall. December 1908
This staff photograph was taken outside the doors of the wagon repair works at Moorswater in December 1908. Operation of the line was taken over by Great Western Railway (GWR)

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Royal Albert Bridge under construction, Saltash, Cornwall. 1858

Royal Albert Bridge under construction, Saltash, Cornwall. 1858
View of the construction of the Royal Albert Bridge from the St Budeaux side of the Tamar river. The first span was in place and the second span was floated out on to the river on 10th July 1858

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Carvedras Viaduct, St Georges Road, Truro, Cornwall. Before 1902

Carvedras Viaduct, St Georges Road, Truro, Cornwall. Before 1902
View south down St Georges Road of Isambard Kingdom Brunels original timber fanned viaduct. This viaduct was replaced by an all stone structure which opened on the 17 August 1902

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: GWR tank number 34 pictured with four men on the St Ives branch. Around 1905

GWR tank number 34 pictured with four men on the St Ives branch. Around 1905
The image shows GWR number 34 pictured with two unnamed men, Charlie Gould the fireman standing on the running plate and the driver Nickie Curnow standing with his feeder (oil can)

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Moresk Viaduct, Truro, Cornwall. Before 1904

Moresk Viaduct, Truro, Cornwall. Before 1904
General view of the Brunel stone and timber Moresk Viaduct also known as the Truro viaduct. It was replaced by a second stone viaduct built alongside which opened on the 14th February 1904

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Camborne Railway Station. 1920s

Camborne Railway Station. 1920s
Camborne Station in the early 1920s, including the splendid platform lamps, the flat awning of the down platform contrasting with the pitched version on the up side

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Falmouth Railway Station, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Falmouth Railway Station, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Exterior view of Falmouth Railway Station, with horse drawn carriages

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990

Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990
St Austell station in the 1990s when the gardens and flower beds won awards. The original footbridge, which dates from 1882, was removed in 2019 after a modern

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990

Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990
St Austell station in the 1990s when the gardens and flower beds won awards. The original footbridge, which dates from 1882, was removed in 2019 after a modern

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990

Railway Station, St Austell, Cornwall. July 1990
St Austell station in the 1990s when the gardens and flower beds won awards. The original footbridge, which dates from 1882, was removed in 2019 after a modern

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Laying gravel before the opening of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. Before March 1899

Laying gravel before the opening of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. Before March 1899
A view of Padstow railway station with gravel being laid by horse and cart prior to its opening on the 27th March 1899. The station was the western terminus of the North Cornwall Railway

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: View of Moresk viaduct from Moresk street in Truro. Pre 1881

View of Moresk viaduct from Moresk street in Truro. Pre 1881
Image shows a woman crossing the Moresk footbridge which was replaced with a road bridge in 1881 with Brunels Moresk viaduct in the background

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: St Ives Railway Station, St Ives, Cornwall. Early 1900s

St Ives Railway Station, St Ives, Cornwall. Early 1900s
St Ives Railway Station from Porthminster beach. A fleet of seine boats are drawn up on the beach below. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: View of St Ives with the railway station in foreground. Around 1880

View of St Ives with the railway station in foreground. Around 1880
The St Ives branch was opened on 1st June 1877, by the GWR as successors to the West Cornwall Railway. The stonework of the railway buildings still appears very fresh in this view

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: View of Gwinear Road station looking west, Cornwall. Possibly at the opening of the Helston branch

View of Gwinear Road station looking west, Cornwall. Possibly at the opening of the Helston branch line on 9th May 1887
This photograph was probably taken on 9th May 1887, the opening day of the Helston branch line. Every part of the railway infrastructure in view is in almost perfect condition

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Falmouth Railway Station, Falmouth, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Falmouth Railway Station, Falmouth, Cornwall. Early 1900s
A view of the platform at Falmouth Railway Station with a train in, looking towards the harbour and the town. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Opening of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899

Opening of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899
Crowds of people waiting for the first train to arrive at Padstow station on the 27th March 1899. The station was the western terminus of the North Cornwall Railway and was operated by the London

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: The Royal Visit by the Prince and Princess of Wales, Grampound Road, Cornwall. 15th July 1903

The Royal Visit by the Prince and Princess of Wales, Grampound Road, Cornwall. 15th July 1903
The Royal visit in 1903 by the Prince of Wales (later King George V) and Princess Mary, leaving the station at Grampound Road in an open carriage

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: The Camborne Redruth Tramway, Redruth, Cornwall. After 1902

The Camborne Redruth Tramway, Redruth, Cornwall. After 1902
Open top tram number 4 approaching the west end of Redruth, alongside a horse and carriage. It is advertising the company Moffatt of Camborne

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: R & J Lean furniture remover wagon outside Truro Railway Station, Cornwall. After 1893

R & J Lean furniture remover wagon outside Truro Railway Station, Cornwall. After 1893
Great Western Railway agent R & J Lean, furniture remover waiting outside Truro Railway Station on a horse-drawn covered waggon. The business is listed in Kellys directory from 1893 to 1926

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: GWR 6-wheeled clerestory 3rd class coach No. 1692. Around 1912

GWR 6-wheeled clerestory 3rd class coach No. 1692. Around 1912
A Great Western Railway 6-wheeled clerestory 3rd class coach No. 1692. This particular coach was used in the Fowey strike in 1912

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: GWR (4-4-0) Bulldog SWIFT (3350) with men posed in front. Between 1900-1912

GWR (4-4-0) Bulldog SWIFT (3350) with men posed in front. Between 1900-1912
Image shows GWR (4-4-0) Bulldog SWIFT (3350) possibly at Truro station although the locality is unknown. Eight workers are posed in front of the locomotive

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Calstock viaduct, Cornwall. After 2nd March 1908

Calstock viaduct, Cornwall. After 2nd March 1908
The Calstock viaduct and quay with lift. The Viaduct was completed on 2nd March 1908. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Chacewater Viaduct, Cornwall. Around 1910

Chacewater Viaduct, Cornwall. Around 1910
A distant view of Chacewater Viaduct from the Blackwater side. In the foreground a herd of cows stand by a stream. Photographer: John Charles Burrow

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Carbis Bay viaduct, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Carbis Bay viaduct, Cornwall. Early 1900s
A view of the Carbis Bay Viaduct looking towards St Ives. Photographer: Canon Henry Holroyd Mills

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Replacing Brunels Carvedras Viaduct, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1890s

Replacing Brunels Carvedras Viaduct, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1890s
Two workmen using a stationary steam engine with a belt drive, building the new stone piers to replace Brunels original stone piers topped with wooden fanned supports

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Brunels Carvedras Viaduct, St Georges Road, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1890

Brunels Carvedras Viaduct, St Georges Road, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1890
View down St Georges Road of Brunels original stone and timber viaduct on a winters day. The viaduct was replaced with a all stone structure which opened on 17 August 1902. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: View of the Ponsanooth viaduct, Cornwall. Early 1900s

View of the Ponsanooth viaduct, Cornwall. Early 1900s
On the advice of the Victorian railway engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, river crossings for the new Cornish railway line built by the Cornwall Railway Company (1859 to 1889)

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Welcoming party on the opening day of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899

Welcoming party on the opening day of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899
A large group of welcoming dignitaries await the arrival of the first train into Padstow railway station on the opening day 27th March 1899

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Newquay to Chacewater branch line, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Newquay to Chacewater branch line, Cornwall. Early 1900s
A fast moving train at Perrancoombe, on the track above the marshes, heading towards Perranporth. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Liskeard and Caradon Railway. Disused trackway near Cheesewring Quarry, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall

Liskeard and Caradon Railway. Disused trackway near Cheesewring Quarry, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Around 1920
A walking party, warmly wrapped in outdoor clothing (including trilby hats), taking a break on the old Liskeard to Caradon railway track

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Express passenger train Trevingey, Redruth, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Express passenger train Trevingey, Redruth, Cornwall. Early 1900s
An express passenger train approaching Trevingey near Redruth

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Truro railway station, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Truro railway station, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Exterior view of Truro Railway Station with horse drawn carriages waiting outside, including two carriages from the Red Lion Hotel

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Truro railway station, Cornwall. Between 1904-1912

Truro railway station, Cornwall. Between 1904-1912
A view of the station from the footbridge with the locomotive Tasmania, Bulldog class 3457. Originally built in January 1904 she was renumbered in 1912 to 3395

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Truro railway station, Cornwall. Around 1910

Truro railway station, Cornwall. Around 1910
View from the footbridge looking east with a passenger train and a goods train waiting at the platforms. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Perranporth Railway Station, Cornwall. Around 1903

Perranporth Railway Station, Cornwall. Around 1903
A view over Perranporth railway station. The station was the terminus of the line from 6 July 1903 until completion of the line to Newquay on 2 January 1905

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Carnon Viaduct, Perranwell, Cornwall. 20th June 1932

Carnon Viaduct, Perranwell, Cornwall. 20th June 1932
View of the Carnon Viaduct showing the original Brunel timber fan structure viaduct being replaced by a new stone structure directly behind the original. The new viaduct opened on 13th August 1933

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Truro railway station, Cornwall. 1914-1918

Truro railway station, Cornwall. 1914-1918
Three male and two female staff standing on the platform during the First World War. The women wear GWR armbands. A train stands alongside the next platform. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Penweathers Viaduct, near Truro, Cornwall. Before 12th October 1926

Penweathers Viaduct, near Truro, Cornwall. Before 12th October 1926
The original viaduct almost filled in to track level. Brunels timber fan-structure and stone viaduct was replaced by the embankment on 12th October 1926. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Penweathers Viaduct, near Truro, Cornwall. Before 12th October 1926

Penweathers Viaduct, near Truro, Cornwall. Before 12th October 1926
Steam shovel at work during the building of the embankment. The previous Brunel timber fan-structure and stone viaduct was replaced by the embankment which was completed on the 12th October 1926

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Penweathers Viaduct, near Truro, Cornwall. Before October 1926

Penweathers Viaduct, near Truro, Cornwall. Before October 1926
A train passing over Brunels original timber and stone viaduct at Penweathers. This viaduct was replaced by an embankment that opened on 12th October 1926. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Welcoming party on the opening day of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899

Welcoming party on the opening day of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899
A crowd wait to welcome the first train into Padstow railway station. The station was the western terminus of the North Cornwall Railway and was operated by the London and South Western Railway

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Camborne Railway Station, Camborne, Cornwall. Early 1900s, possibly First World War

Camborne Railway Station, Camborne, Cornwall. Early 1900s, possibly First World War
Cadets on the platform at Camborne Railway Station. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageRailways Framed Print Collection: Camborne Railway Station, Camborne, Cornwall. Early 1900s, possibly First World War

Camborne Railway Station, Camborne, Cornwall. Early 1900s, possibly First World War
Cadets on the platform at Camborne Railway Station. Photographer: Unknown



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