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Lambourn Station, West Berkshire

Lambourn Station, West Berkshire


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Size: 1991 x 1248 (275KB)

Date: 20th December 2013

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

Unique Reference Number: HSL1 022

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Lambourn Station, West Berkshire

A view of an unladen locomotive leaving Lambourn Station in West Berkshire. Lambourn was the most significant station on the Lambourn Valley Railway and had a busy goods yard for a number of years until its decline in the 1950s-1960s

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Locomotive Station Lambourn


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This print from the STEAM Museum of the GWR transports us back in time to Lambourn Station, West Berkshire. The image captures a mesmerizing view of an unladen locomotive gracefully departing from this historic station. Nestled amidst the picturesque landscape, Lambourn Station was once the heart and soul of the Lambourn Valley Railway. In its heyday, this bustling station boasted a thriving goods yard that played a vital role in connecting local communities and facilitating trade. However, as with many railway stations across Britain during the 1950s-1960s, Lambourn Station faced a decline that eventually led to its closure. The print beautifully showcases not only the locomotive but also offers glimpses of charming station buildings that stood witness to countless departures and arrivals over the years. These structures hold stories within their walls - tales of passengers embarking on exciting journeys or bidding heartfelt farewells to loved ones. As we gaze upon this evocative image, we are reminded of how railways have shaped our history and transformed landscapes. It serves as a poignant reminder of an era when train travel was at its peak and stations like Lambourn were vibrant hubs buzzing with activity. This remarkable print is not just an artifact; it is a window into our past - inviting us to explore and appreciate the rich heritage embedded within every rail line, locomotive, and station building.

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