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Railways Mouse Mat Collection

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36 Mouse Mats

Railways Mouse Mat Collection: Steam Locomotives

Steam Locomotives Collection
17 Mouse Mats

Railways Mouse Mat Collection: Viaducts and railway bridges

Viaducts and railway bridges Collection
32 Mouse Mats

Railways Mouse Mat Collection: Railway stations

Railway stations Collection
96 Mouse Mats

Railways Mouse Mat Collection: Goods sheds and other buildings

Goods sheds and other buildings Collection
24 Mouse Mats

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Station Master BB98_05551

Station Master BB98_05551
STATION MASTER, Finmere Station, Oxfordshire. In 1898-99 the Great Central Railway Company (formed 1897) created a main railway route from Sheffield through Nottingham and Leicester to London

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Crewe Locomotive Works OP03590

Crewe Locomotive Works OP03590
Crewe Locomotive Works, Forge Street, Crewe, Cheshire. From the L G Fisher Collection, photographed in 1910. A steam locomotive engine being assembled on the production line

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843

Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843
BRODSWORTH MAIN COLLIERY, Adwick-le-Street, South Yorkshire. Aerial photograph taken in May 1925. The Colliery was opened in 1905 and closed in 1990

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Didcot Junction in 1904 CC97_02192

Didcot Junction in 1904 CC97_02192
DIDCOT, Oxfordshire. Looking from the east at a signal box towards the junction station, with an engine approaching and a line of carriages to the right

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Liverpool Street Station a063096

Liverpool Street Station a063096
LIVERPOOL STREET STATION, London. Interior view. Passengers waiting for a train on a platform at Liverpool Street Station. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1947-1948

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Mallard steam train, Flying Scotsman service a062835

Mallard steam train, Flying Scotsman service a062835
MALLARD. View of the LNER Class A4 train during its time on the Flying Scotsman express passenger service between London and Edinburgh. A man in a trilby hat looks at the engine

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Upgrading the line OP04913

Upgrading the line OP04913
A Star Class steam locomotive passing along part of the South Devon and Tavistock Railway. This view possibly looking south-west along the stretch of line East of Plymouth near Crabtree or Marsh

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Derwent steam locomotive BB057005

Derwent steam locomotive BB057005
BANK TOP RAILWAY STATION, DARLINGTON, NORTH YORKSHIRE. The Derwent steam locomotive on display. Built for the Stockton and Darlington Railway in 1845 by William and Alfred Kitching

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Locomotion No. 1 BB057004

Locomotion No. 1 BB057004
BANK TOP RAILWAY STATION, DARLINGTON, NORTH YORKSHIRE. Locomotion No. 1 on display. Ordered for the Stockton and Darlington Railway and built in 1825 by George and Robert Stephenson

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Box Tunnel 27463_016

Box Tunnel 27463_016
Box Hill, Wiltshire. Box Tunnel West Portal. The tunnel was constructed for the Great Western Main Line between 1838 and 1841. The West Portal was designed by Brunel in a grand classical style

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Rail Crash EAW047081

Rail Crash EAW047081
The aftermath of the Harrow and Wealdstone rail crash, Wealdstone. A locomotive lies on its side and mangled carriages are strewn about

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Box Tunnel 27463_009

Box Tunnel 27463_009
Middle Hill Tunnel, Box, Wiltshire. The tunnel was constructed for the Great Western Main Line and opened in 1841

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Lancaster Castle EPW002086

Lancaster Castle EPW002086
LANCASTER, Lancashire. Aerial view of Lancaster with the Castle, church and railway station. Lancaster Castle houses the Shire Hall and County Court and until 2011 it was used as a prison

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Orchestra of the Midland Adelphi Hotel 1914 BL22620

Orchestra of the Midland Adelphi Hotel 1914 BL22620
MIDLAND ADELPHI HOTEL, Liverpool. Interior view. Group portrait of the hotel orchestra. The hotel was re-opened in 1914 after partial rebuilding and refurbishment in the Neo-Classical style

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Royal Train BL17842

Royal Train BL17842
ROYAL TRAIN. The South Eastern and Chatham Railway Royal Train showing the exterior of the Royal saloon. The photograph was taken for the owners of this Royal Train

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Steam power, Charwelton, Northamptonshire a97_05431

Steam power, Charwelton, Northamptonshire a97_05431
Workers at Charwelton, Northamptonshire. Construction workers on Great Central Railway. The workers have a large steam engine for power

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Railway tracks, Kings Cross a073103

Railway tracks, Kings Cross a073103
KINGS CROSS, London. An elevated viewpoint of the railway track to the north of Kings Cross Station, a steam engine on the tracks to either side and St Pancras Station in the far distance. John Gay

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Hitchin gasometer EAW020885

Hitchin gasometer EAW020885
HITCHIN, Hertfordshire, 1949. Aerial view. A gasometer and the tips of trees rise up through the fog, as well as steam from a railway train passing the gasworks. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Kings Cross Station a072950

Kings Cross Station a072950
KINGs CROSS STATION, London. The front of steam locomotive engine No. 60006 (The Herring Gull, renamed the Sir Ralph Wedgewood on 6th January, 1944) standing at a platform in Kings Cross Station

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Kingfisher steam train, Flying Scotsman service a062841

Kingfisher steam train, Flying Scotsman service a062841
KINGFISHER. View of the LNER Class A4 train during its time on the Flying Scotsman express passenger service between London and Edinburgh. Photographed by John Gay, 1948

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Flying Scotsman service EPW016431

Flying Scotsman service EPW016431
An LNER A1 " Pacific" class locomotive hauling the " Flying Scotsman" towards Edinburgh. Red House, Framwellgate Moor, County Durham. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in 1926

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Sir Thomas BL24637

Sir Thomas BL24637
Sir Thomas - a Hudswell Clarke & Co 060 tank locomotive, built in 1918. Photographed here by Bedford Lemere and Company in 1919 for the Oxfordshire Ironstone Company

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Railway works OP04912

Railway works OP04912
Plymouth area. Renewal work being carried out on the girders and rail bearers of part of the South Devon and Tavistock Railway, using a mobile crane

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Kings Cross EAW119962

Kings Cross EAW119962
Kings Cross Station, London. The Midlands Goods Shed, Western Goods Shed and surrounding lines. Photographed in September 1963. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Track repairs, Bodmin Road Station, St Winnow a97_07468

Track repairs, Bodmin Road Station, St Winnow a97_07468
BODMIN ROAD STATION, St Winnow, Cornwall. Four tracklayers at work. In 1888 the Great Western Railway made a branch line from Boscarne Junction to Bodmin Road Station

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Gospel Oak, London a070042

Gospel Oak, London a070042
GOSPEL OAK, London. Looking across Southampton Road, showing the railway line passing beneath the road with YANKS OUT OF VIETNAM graffiti on the road bridge and the Ludham

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Victoria Station a061899

Victoria Station a061899
VICTORIA STATION, London. Interior of the station showing two adjoining platforms, one with a train departing, the other with a standing train. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Railway lines a080321

Railway lines a080321
Railway track, Hertfordshire. An elevated view of four parallel railway tracks running into the distance, with electricity or telephone pylons running at each side beside farmed fields

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Victoria Street Station a061883

Victoria Street Station a061883
VICTORIA STREET STATION, London. A train passing beside a deserted outdoor section of platform at Victoria Station. John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Dog standing at the top of railway footbridge a071511

Dog standing at the top of railway footbridge a071511
TUFNELL PARK, Camden Town, Greater London. Looking up the steps of a railway footbridge which crosses the line to Churchill Road, to a dog standing at the top of the steps

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Wood blocks DP039617

Wood blocks DP039617
View of discarded wooden blocks, probably used on the floor of the old Swindon Railway Works

Background imageRailways Mouse Mat Collection: Footbridge to North of Whitchurch Railway Station

Footbridge to North of Whitchurch Railway Station
c1872, built for the London and North Western Railway Company. This is a very early and rare example of a pedestrian suspension bridge. IoE 469008


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