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Savernake Low Level Station, 1957

Savernake Low Level Station, 1957


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Filename: Savernake Low Level.jpg

Size: 2008 x 1200 (211KB)

Date: 3rd June 2013

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

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Savernake Low Level Station, 1957

An interesting shot of Savernake Low Level Station, taken through the footbridge bridge that spans the track. The photograph, taken in 1957, shows the junction of the main line to Westbury and the branch line to Marlborough in the distance. It also captures the decorative scroll work on the bridge which read GWR and 1883, the date in which the footbridge was built

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Bridge Station Wiltshire Marlborough Savernake


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This print transports us back to the year 1957, offering a fascinating glimpse into the past at Savernake Low Level Station. Through the lens of a camera positioned on the footbridge bridge that gracefully stretches across the tracks, we are treated to an intriguing perspective. The junction between the main line leading to Westbury and the branch line heading towards Marlborough can be seen in the distance, hinting at bustling railway activity. What truly catches our attention is not only this historical moment frozen in time but also the intricate decorative scroll work adorning the footbridge itself. Proudly displaying "GWR" and "1883" these ornate details remind us of both its purpose as a functional structure and its significance as a symbol of craftsmanship from another era. Located in Wiltshire's picturesque Savernake region, this station holds countless stories within its walls. As we gaze upon this photo print, we can almost imagine commuters eagerly awaiting their trains or bidding farewell to loved ones on their journeys ahead. Preserved by STEAM Museum of GWR, this image invites us to appreciate not just transportation history but also architectural beauty and artistic embellishments that often go unnoticed amidst our daily lives. Let it serve as a reminder of how even seemingly ordinary structures can hold extraordinary tales from days gone by.

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