Swindon: The legacy of a railway town

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The legacy of a railway town

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ISBN
9781873592540
Author
John Cattell & Keith Falconer
Published by
English Heritage
Publication Date
December 1995
Format
Paperback
Extent
192 pages
Dimensions
219 x 276 mm
Series
Architectural History

In the pioneering days of early Victorian railway engineering the decision of Gooch and Brunel to locate an engine house and works just to the north of Swindon led to the creation of a sizeable engineering enterprise and a new settlement.

An examination of the buildings themselves reveals the architectural history of the railway engineering works and of the associated railway village.

Swindon: The legacy of a railway town from English Heritage is a fascinating guide that visits one of Britain's finest monuments to the early days of the railway age.
 


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