Skip to main content

Rights Managed > STEAM Museum of the GWR > Swindon Works > Locomotive Works > B Shed

Internal view of B Shed, c1990s

Internal view of B Shed, c1990s


Please Click On A License Option

Intended Use

Filename: B shed4.jpg

Size: 1440 x 960 (281KB)

Date: 26th May 2011

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

We accept all major credit cards


Image Downloads
Photo Prints
Jigsaw Puzzles
Poster Prints
Canvas Prints
Fine Art Prints
Metal Prints
Home Decor


STEAM Picture Gifts

STEAM Museum Photo Prints and Wall Art

Internal view of B Shed, c1990s

This building stood between what is now STEAM Museum of the GWR and English Heritage NMRC. It is now the site of a residential development

STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway

Media ID 5088427

Swindon Works


FEATURES IN THESE COLLECTIONS

> Swindon Works > Locomotive Works > B Shed

> Swindon Works > Maps, Plans & Views


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print offers a glimpse into the rich industrial history of Swindon Works, specifically showcasing the internal view of B Shed in the 1990s. Nestled between what is now STEAM Museum of the GWR and English Heritage NMRC, this building served as a vital hub for railway operations during its time. Today, however, it has undergone a remarkable transformation as it makes way for a residential development. The image captures the essence of an era when B Shed buzzed with activity and echoed with the sounds of machinery and locomotives. Its vast interior reveals rows upon rows of towering structures that once housed intricate engineering processes, symbolizing Swindon's pivotal role in shaping Britain's railway industry. As we delve into this snapshot frozen in time, we are transported back to an age where skilled workers meticulously crafted and maintained these magnificent machines that connected cities and fueled progress across the nation. The photograph serves as a poignant reminder of how far we have come since then. While B Shed may no longer serve its original purpose today, its legacy lives on through this evocative print. It stands as a testament to Swindon's industrial heritage and invites us to reflect upon our past while embracing future possibilities within this evolving landscape.

MADE IN THE USA
Safe Shipping with 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

FREE PERSONALISATION*
We are proud to offer a range of customisation features including Personalised Captions, Color Filters and Picture Zoom Tools

SECURE PAYMENTS
We happily accept a wide range of payment options so you can pay for the things you need in the way that is most convenient for you

* Options may vary by product and licensing agreement. Zoomed Pictures can be adjusted in the Basket.

lightbox add My Lightbox




Related Images


Swindon Works Map, c. 1940s
Swindon Works Map, c. 1940s
No 12 Shop, Carpenters Shop, 1953
No 12 Shop, Carpenters Shop, 1953
View of Swindon Works, 1982
View of Swindon Works, 1982
No 6000 King George V at Swindon Works
No 6000 King George V at Swindon Works
View of Swindon Works, c1980s
View of Swindon Works, c1980s
Swindon Works, 1908
Swindon Works, 1908
Men leaving Swindon Works, Rodbourne Road entrance, 1928
Men leaving Swindon Works, Rodbourne Road entrance, 1928
B Shed in about 1900
B Shed in about 1900
Men in the Engine Repairs shop at Swindon Works in 1985
Men in the Engine Repairs shop at Swindon Works in 1985
The Old Running Shed, Swindon Works, c1910
The Old Running Shed, Swindon Works, c1910
New Swindon, 1847
New Swindon, 1847
No 6000 King George V in Swindon Works
No 6000 King George V in Swindon Works