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Engine Shed Collection

"Preserving the Legacy: A Glimpse into Historic Engine Sheds" Broad Gauge Locomotive Aries seen outside Faringdon Engine Shed, c

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Old Oak Common Engine Shed, c1910

Old Oak Common Engine Shed, c1910
Featuring No 2915 (Saint Bartholemew) on far right of image

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Broad Gauge Locomotive Aries seen outside Faringdon Engine Shed, c. 1865

Broad Gauge Locomotive Aries seen outside Faringdon Engine Shed, c. 1865
A view of the 2-4-0 broad gauge Leo Class locomotive Aries (built in 1841) outside the engine shed at Faringdon station in Oxfordshire, c.1865

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Tetbury Goods Shed and Engine Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s

Tetbury Goods Shed and Engine Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s
A view of the Goods Shed and Engine Shed at Tetbury station in Gloucestershire, c.1940s. Tetbury station opened in 1889 on the Tetbury Branch Line and closed in 1964

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Turntable at Ifracombe Engine Shed, Devon, 1950s

Turntable at Ifracombe Engine Shed, Devon, 1950s
A view of the turntable at Ilfracombe Engine Shed, Devon in the 1950s. The turntable was used to turn steam locomotives so that they could return in the direction from which they had come

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: York North Motive Power Depot

York North Motive Power Depot. North Eastern Railway locomotive 2-2-4T no. 1679

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: East Dock Engine Shed, Cardiff

East Dock Engine Shed, Cardiff
A view of the East Dock Engine shed at Cardiff with private owner wagons moving though the middle of the scene

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Ilfracombe Engine Shed, c1950s

Ilfracombe Engine Shed, c1950s
A view of Ilfracombe Engine shed with Southern Railway locomotives No. 1836 and No.375 parked up

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Camden Town Engine Sheds, c. 1935, (1945). Creator: Norman Wilkinson

Camden Town Engine Sheds, c. 1935, (1945). Creator: Norman Wilkinson
Camden Town Engine Sheds, c. 1935, (1945). London, Midland & Scottish Railway poster of steam locomotives at Camden Motive Power Depot in north London

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_02

Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_02
Stratford Market Depot, Stratford, Newham, Greater London. One of the new Jubilee Line underground tube trains (96003), standing on the tracks of one of the eleven maintenance bays inside the main

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_01

Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_01
Stratford Market Depot, Stratford, Newham, Greater London. One of the new Jubilee Line underground tube trains (96003), standing on the tracks of one of the eleven maintenance bays inside the main

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: The Railwayman

The Railwayman
Anthony Bates

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Steam Trains. A driver prepares to take his engine out of the sheds at the British

Steam Trains. A driver prepares to take his engine out of the sheds at the British Railway motive power depot at Dairycoates, Hull. 4th August 1965

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_11

Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_11
Stratford Market Depot, Stratford, Newham, Greater London. One of the new Jubilee Line underground tube trains (96003), standing on the tracks of one of the eleven maintenance bays inside the main

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_07

Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_07
Stratford Market Depot, Stratford, Newham, Greater London. One of the new Jubilee Line underground tube trains (96003), standing on the tracks of one of the eleven maintenance bays inside the main

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Exeter Running Shed, 1906

Exeter Running Shed, 1906
View of the running shed and yard, taken in 1906

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Express train engine London and North-Western Railway - Illustrated News

Express train engine London and North-Western Railway - Illustrated News
" Scanned directly from The Illustrated London News, Saturday December 18, 1852.The magnificent new engines now worked on the London

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Great Western Railways 6100 class steam locomotive no 6106 seen here at the home

Great Western Railways 6100 class steam locomotive no 6106 seen here at the home of the Great Western Society at Didcot. 6106 was built at Swindon in May 1931

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Huntingdon engine shed, 1910. View looking north west towards a 50ft turntable, shed to right

Huntingdon engine shed, 1910. View looking north west towards a 50ft turntable, shed to right. The Great Northern & Great Eastern Joint Railway station masters house is in the centre background

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: View looking east at Bury St Edmunds station in about 1910. In the foreground are

View looking east at Bury St Edmunds station in about 1910. In the foreground are piles of coal for steam engines, and there are locomotives in the shed. In the distance are railway sidings

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Bury St Edmunds engine shed. View looking east, locomotive shed to left and maltings beyond

Bury St Edmunds engine shed. View looking east, locomotive shed to left and maltings beyond. The yard signal box is at centre and goods yard on right

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Tetbury Engine Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s

Tetbury Engine Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s
A view of Tetbury Engine Shed, in Gloucestershire on the Tetbury Branch Line in c.1940s. The engine shed was built in 1890 and features the water tank at the rear

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Bluebell, a P-Class locomotive built by the South Eastern and Chatham Railway, in 1910

Bluebell, a P-Class locomotive built by the South Eastern and Chatham Railway, in 1910. With its SE & CR being number 323, it worked most of its life with light duties

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: People viewing steam train Evening Star by engine shed; England

People viewing steam train Evening Star by engine shed; England

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: People viewing the 7808 Cookham Manor, a Great Western Railway 7800 Manor Class steam locomotive

People viewing the 7808 Cookham Manor, a Great Western Railway 7800 Manor Class steam locomotive. It was built in 1938 at Swindon Works; England

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Steam engine number 92203, Black Prince; England

Steam engine number 92203, Black Prince; England

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Aerial view of the train locomotives engine shed in Venissieux (Rhone), photograph, 1934

Aerial view of the train locomotives engine shed in Venissieux (Rhone), photograph, 1934

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Steam Engine Green Goddess ( 1 ) on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway at Hythe station

Steam Engine Green Goddess ( 1 ) on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway at Hythe station, Kent, UK, England. 1950s

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Looking west towards South Road from signal post at Saffron Walden Station. Coaling stage on left

Looking west towards South Road from signal post at Saffron Walden Station. Coaling stage on left, plus water column and single road engine shed leading to 40 turntable Water tank joins onto engine

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Ely, looking South from the station south signal box towards Cambridge. Engine shed on left

Ely, looking South from the station south signal box towards Cambridge. Engine shed on left, engine beyond is on 55ft turntable

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Locomotive engine shed in Le Mans station, 1906

Locomotive engine shed in Le Mans station, 1906

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Steam Engine Samson ( 6 ) on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway at Hythe Station

Steam Engine Samson ( 6 ) on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway at Hythe Station, Kent, UK, England. 1950s

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: York North Motive Power Depot, 1920s

York North Motive Power Depot, 1920s
York North Motive Power Depot. London & North Eastern Railway locomotive N12 0-6-2T no. 2485, with two other locomotives alongside. 1920s

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: York (south), North Eastern Railway

York (south), North Eastern Railway. South signal gantry with goods lines off to the left and roundhouse locomotive shed centre with the locomotive signal box of centre of the photo

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: York, North Eastern Railway, Locomotive number 119

York, North Eastern Railway, Locomotive number 119
York, North Eastern Railway locomotive number 119 at York station, with the roundhouse engine shed in the background. Men and a boy pose in front of the engine and on the footplate

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Ely station, general view of the station approaches. Corrugated iron clad engine shed

Ely station, general view of the station approaches. Corrugated iron clad engine shed and timber-built coal stage on the right. Station South signal box in the centre

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Ely station, view north into the station. Engine shed on the right, Station South

Ely station, view north into the station. Engine shed on the right, Station South signal box in the centre at the end of the island platform.Carriage storage sidings adjoin

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Ely station, looking southwards from station south box. Engine shed is to the left

Ely station, looking southwards from station south box. Engine shed is to the left, water tower beyond. Goods sheds on right, upper floor was headquarters of Sack Superintendant and store

Background imageEngine Shed Collection: Ely, looking South from Station South signal box towards Cambridge. Engine shed on left

Ely, looking South from Station South signal box towards Cambridge. Engine shed on left
Ely station, 1911 Ely, looking South from Station South signal box towards Cambridge. Engine shed on left, engine beyond is on 55ft turntable



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"Preserving the Legacy: A Glimpse into Historic Engine Sheds" Broad Gauge Locomotive Aries seen outside Faringdon Engine Shed, c. 1865: Step back in time as we witness the majestic Broad Gauge Locomotive Aries basking in the glory of Faringdon Engine Shed, a true testament to engineering prowess. Old Oak Common Engine Shed, c1910: Transport yourself to an era where steam ruled the rails at Old Oak Common Engine Shed - a bustling hub of locomotives and dedicated railway workers. Tetbury Goods Shed and Engine Shed, Gloucestershire, c. 1940s: Discover the heartwarming stories hidden within Tetbury's Goods and Engine Sheds during wartime - where resilience and determination kept Britain moving forward. East Dock Engine Shed, Cardiff: Uncover the secrets of Cardiff's East Dock Engine Shed - a vital cog in Wales' industrial heritage that fueled progress for generations to come. York North Motive Power Depot: Immerse yourself in the grandeur of York North Motive Power Depot - a haven for iconic locomotives that shaped Britain's railway history. Turntable at Ifracombe Engine Shed, Devon, 1950s: Witness the balletic precision as engines gracefully pirouette on Ifracombe's turntable; an enchanting sight from Devon's beloved engine shed. York station, North Eastern Railway: York Station stands proud as it welcomes weary travelers while its adjacent engine sheds hum with life – forever preserving memories etched in steel tracks. Camden Town Engine Sheds, c1935, (1945). Creator: Norman Wilkinson Marvel at Norman Wilkinson’s artistic portrayal of Camden Town’s bustling engine sheds – capturing both their architectural beauty and industrious spirit. Jubilee Line depot JLP01_11_61523_02.