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Bristol Temple Meads

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Bristol Temple Meads is an iconic Victorian station, built in a mock Tudor style. Expanded over the years, the original train shed - with a stunning hammer-beam roof - now forms part of the car park.

The station 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
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Iconic landmarks, Stations, Victorian