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GWR (4-4-0) Bulldog SWIFT (3350) with men posed in front. Between 1900-1912 Featured Railways Print

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. This specific train was built in Swindon in March 1900. It was renumbered in 1912 to 3338 and then withdrawn and scrapped in November of 1933. It was one of 156 locomotives of its type. It was often used in Devon and Cornwall because their 5ft 8in driving wheels were useful on heavy gradients

© From the collection of the RIC

Penponds Featured Railways Print

Penponds

© From the collection of the RIC

Bridge, Cornish, Countryside, Fields, Great, Gwr, Railway, Western

Perranporth railway bridge. Late 1800s Featured Railways Print

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. The building just in the picture on the left and behind the railway embankment is St Michael's Church. The three story building with the words hotel on the roof is the Tywarnhayle Hotel. The shop in the distance from the top of the bridge is displaying signs saying, Tea and hot water supplied. The area of land between the bridge and the shop would become Boscawen Gardens and boating lake. The large houses on the sky line, top left of picture, are on Tywarnhayle Road. Just off picture to the right of the bridge is the site of the future Perranporth Beach Halt which would be opened in 1931 to serve the tourist traffic and would become at times one of the busiest stations on the line, better situated for town and beach than the main Perranporth station

© From the collection of the RIC