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Manual shunting at the railway sidings at Rugeley A Power Station, Staffordshire

RIBA62308
NOTES: This is one of the images taken for 'Manplan 2: Society is its contacts (travel and communication)' in Architectural Review, vol. 146, 1969 Oct.

Manual shunting at the railway sidings at Rugeley A Power Station, Staffordshire

RIBA62309
NOTES: This is one of the images taken for 'Manplan 2: Society is its contacts (travel and communication)' in Architectural Review, vol. 146, 1969 Oct.

Manual shunting at the railway sidings at Rugeley A Power Station, Staffordshire

RIBA62310
NOTES: This is one of the images taken for 'Manplan 2: Society is its contacts (travel and communication)' in Architectural Review, vol. 146, 1969 Oct.

Euston Station, Euston Road, London: entrance to platsofrms 8 and 9

RIBA62347
Moorcroft, R. L.
NOTES: This is one of the images taken for 'Manplan 2: Society is its contacts (travel and communication)' in Architectural Review, vol. 146, 1969 Oct. This modern complex of buildings replaced the original Euston Station, designed by Philip Hardwick, which opened in 1837 and was demolished in 1961-1962.

Queen Victoria's Royal Train: the ladies-in-waiting saloon with upholstery in gold silk

RIBA63472
NOTES: This railway carriage was built by the London and North-Western Railway and became part of the National Railway Museum collection in York in 1975.

St Pancras Station, Euston Road, London: the train shed

RIBA64208
Barlow, William Henry (1812-1902)
NOTES: The train shed on its completion in 1868 became the largest enclosed space in the world.

Coventry Railway Station

RIBA76754
Design Research Unit
NOTES: The station was designed by W. R. Headley who was the regional architect for the London Midland region of British Rail.

Trianon Bar in Pullman Bar Car: the lounge section

RIBA77634
Levin, Richard (1910-2000)
NOTES: The interior of this Pullman car was remodelled as the Trianon Bar for the re-introduction of the Golden Arrow in 1946. The designer was Richard Levin, employed by Bakelite Ltd. and this was the first all-plastic refreshment car to run on Britain's railways It featured Warerite plastic laminates in colours of pink, cream and grey prior to the fitting of the decorative wall panels. .
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