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Woodbridge Station, Suffolk: canopied platform

NOTES: This station was opened by the Eastern Union Railway, owned and engineered by Peter Schuyler Bruff (1812-1900) in 1859.

Great Malvern Station, Worcestershire: the cast iron and glass canopied platform

Elmslie, Edmund Wallace (fl. 1841-1872)
NOTES: This station, one of two serving the town of Malvern, was opened by the Worcester & Hereford Railway in 1860. The buildings, designed by architect Edmund Wallace Elmslie, were completed in 1862.

Flying Scotsman awaiting departure from King's Cross Station, London

NOTES: 'Alcazar', an LNER Class A1 60136, is seen awaiting departure on 'The Flying Scotsman' train for Edinburgh. It entered service in 1948 and was withdrawn in 1963. 'Sparrow Hawk', an LNER Class A4 60018, entered service in 1937 and was withdrawn in 1963.

Cannon Street Station, London: details of the roof

Hawkshaw, Sir John (1811-1891)
SOURCE: William Humber. A record of the progress of modern engineering (London, 1866), pl. 16

Main railway station, Danzig (Gdansk)

Rudell, Alexander (1852-1920)
SOURCE: Die Architektur des XX Jahrhunderts, vol. 2, pl. 26

Main railway station, Danzig (Gdansk): booking office

Rudell, Alexander (1852-1920)
SOURCE: Die Architektur des XX Jahrhunderts, vol. 2, pl. 28

St Pancras Station, Euston Road, London: details of the girders and columns for the undercroft of the train shed

Barlow, William Henry (1812-1902)
SOURCE: RIBA Transactions, vol. 21, 1870-1871, pl. before p. 117

King's Cross Station, London: plan and details of roof

Cubitt, Lewis (1799-1883)
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 10, 1852 Oct. 2, p. 626