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Railway Travel Gallery

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Choose from 113 pictures in our Railway Travel collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Patrolling the permanent way, Manningtree, Essex, May 1948 Featured Print

Patrolling the permanent way, Manningtree, Essex, May 1948

A ganger patrolling the permanent way, Manningtree, Essex, May 1948. Maintanence of the permanent way was essential for the safe running of the railway. The ganger checks the sleepers, the fastenings of the chairs holding the rails, the tightness of fishplates and the size of the gap between the rails. He carries a hammer for knocking in loose keys securing the rails in their chairs. Photographer Cyril Herbert was one of the few enthusiasts who produced studies of railwaymen. Herbert worked on the railway himself and took this photograph while on duty.

Ipswich station, about 1911 Featured Print

Ipswich station, about 1911

Ipswich station, about 1911. View from Ranelagh Road Crossing signal box looking towards the main line. Branch to lower goods yard in foreground, locomotive coal wagons against stops. There are Great Eastern Railway horse boxes and a passenger train cattle box in background reception sidings.

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Ipswich, East Suffolk Junction, about 1911 Featured Print

Ipswich, East Suffolk Junction, about 1911

Ipswich, East Suffolk Junction; looking north-west from near London Road under the bridge. Main running lines on the extreme left, double line junction for East Suffolk in front of the signal box. Ballast wagons in front of the box. On the right is a line of long Continental traffic open wagons for Parkeston-Bishopsgate traffic.

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