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File:Bristol Temple Meads railway station train-shed engraving.jpg

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English: Engraving print of the inside of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's train-shed at Bristol Temple Meads railway station in the UK. Image shows a Great Western Railway 2-2-2 locomotive waiting by the platform.
Date c1843
Source photograph of original print from engraving
Author John Cooke Bourne
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51° 26′ 59.70″ N, 2° 34′ 52.50″ W

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