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Paddington Station, London: the office windows beneath the transept arch with their balconies

RIBA119921
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Paddington Station, London: the 'nave' gable of the train shed with its strap iron ornament

RIBA119922
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Paddington Station, London: the train shed looking along one of the platforms

RIBA119923
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. See RIBA157810 for a colour version of this image.

Paddington Station, London: the train shed showing the cast iron supporting column

RIBA119924
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. See RIBA119943 for a colour version of this image.

Paddington Station, London: detail of gantry above the railway line

RIBA119925
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Paddington Station, London: detail of an unaltered column base

RIBA119926
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Paddington Station, London: detail of skewback and bracking supporting a rib with oak packing to the joints

RIBA119927
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Paddington Station, London: detail of 'tear drop' beneath a girder

RIBA119928
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Paddington Station, London: detail of a cast iron capital bolted to a column top

RIBA119929
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Paddington Station, London: the train shed looking north across one or two transepts

RIBA119930
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. See RIBA157811 for a colour version of this image.

Paddington Station, London: the train shed looking north across one or two transepts

RIBA119931
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. See RIBA119944 for a colour version of this image.

Paddington Station, London: detail of the wrought iron ribs with foliage de coration bolted on

RIBA119932
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859)
NOTES: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway, designed this London terminus for the railway company with the assistance of the architect, Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. See RIBA157812 for a colour version of this image.
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