Paddington Station, London, 10 June 1931. - stock photo
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Paddington Station, London, 10 June 1931.

Photograph by Harold Tomlin showing a busy scene on platform 1 with passengers and porters. Paddington Station was the London terminus of the Great Western Railway (GWR), built to connect the capital with Bristol. The line to Bristol, which was engineered by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859), was completed in 1841, and by the time of Brunel’s death the railway extended as far as Penzance. As railway companies amalgamated in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the GWR took over lines in the West Midlands and South Wales, becoming one of the ‘Big Four’ railway companies in 1923.

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