We understand this is a very difficult time for all.  In line with advice from Public Health England, we will be halting filming in our stations and on our property for the foreseeable future (different rules apply to news gathering).  We remain open and available throughout this time and will offer as much support as we can for future enquiries.

Bristol Temple Meads

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Bristol Temple Meads is an iconic Victorian station.  Built in a ‘mock Tudor’ style, Temple Meads was originally a terminus with only two platforms.  The original train shed with a hammer-beam roof that emulates Westminster Hall now forms part of the car park.

Although it's been expanded over the years, Temple Meads still has many beautiful original features, including period signage, wayfinding and benches.

Previous projects include: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Peter Medak, 1972), The Titfield Thunderbolt (Charles Crichton, 1952), The Halfway House (Basil Dearden and Alberto Cavalcanti, 1944).

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Bristol Temple Meads Station


Iconic landmarks, Stations, Victorian