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Padstow railway station from across the estuary, Cornwall. Before 1907
A distant view of the station with steam and smoke issuing from the train locomotive alongside the station platform. In the distance to the left of the station can be seen the girder railway bridge crossing Little Petherick Creek and again in the distance above the smoke and steam can be seen the obelisk on St Dennis Hill. The photograph was probably taken some time before 1907, as the OS map published in 1907 shows a building called the fish shed just to the right of the station and on the estuary side of the station complex being under construction. The station was the western terminus of the North Cornwall Railway and was operated by the London and South Western Railway
© From the collection of the RIC