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Sainsburys superstore, Bath: looking towards the former train shed of Green Park station

RIBA132125
Stride Treglown Partnership
NOTES: This Sainsburys superstore was built in 1984 by architects Stride Treglown Partnership, as part of a project to restore and convert the adjacent Green Park railway station of 1868-1869 by R. H. Sanders into a restaurant. See RIBA132109 for a black and white version of this image.

Redhill Railway Station, Redhill, Surrey: the waiting room

RIBA134888
Troughton McAslan
NOTES: This is a renovation of a 19th century railway station.

Redhill Railway Station, Redhill, Surrey: the waiting room

RIBA134889
Troughton McAslan
NOTES: This is a renovation of a 19th century railway station.

Redhill Railway Station, Redhill, Surrey: the waiting room

RIBA134890
Troughton McAslan
NOTES: This is a renovation of a 19th century railway station.

Redhill Railway Station, Redhill, Surrey

RIBA134891
Troughton McAslan
NOTES: This is a renovation of a 19th century railway station.

Redhill Railway Station, Redhill, Surrey

RIBA134892
Troughton McAslan
NOTES: This is a renovation of a 19th century railway station.

Redhill Railway Station, Redhill, Surrey: view of the new waiting room beneath the old station canopy

RIBA134893
Troughton McAslan
NOTES: This is a renovation of a 19th century railway station.

Paddington Station. London

RIBA135159
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 Basin, London: Paddington Station train shed seen from the rear

RIBA135160
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.

Lime Street Station, Liverpool

RIBA135244
Cunningham, John (1799-1873)
NOTES: Lime Street Station opened in 1836 and was one of the earliest railway stations in the world. It was designed by John Cunningham, Arthur Hill Holme and John Foster Junior. The train shed, added in 1867 by William Baker and Francis Stevenson spans 200 feet and was the largest span until superceded by the train shed at St Pancras by John Barlow at 240 feet in 1868.

Lime Street Station, Liverpool

RIBA135245
Cunningham, John (1799-1873)
NOTES: Lime Street Station opened in 1836 and was one of the earliest railway stations in the world. It was designed by John Cunningham, Arthur Hill Holme and John Foster Junior. The train shed, added in 1867 by William Baker and Francis Stevenson spans 200 feet and was the largest span until superceded by the train shed at St Pancras by John Barlow at 240 feet in 1868.

Lime Street Station, Liverpool

RIBA135246
Cunningham, John (1799-1873)
NOTES: Lime Street Station opened in 1836 and was one of the earliest railway stations in the world. It was designed by John Cunningham, Arthur Hill Holme and John Foster Junior. The train shed, added in 1867 by William Baker and Francis Stevenson spans 200 feet and was the largest span until superceded by the train shed at St Pancras by John Barlow at 240 feet in 1868.
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