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Wycombe Brunel station

Discussion in 'Heritage Railways & Centres in the UK' started by David Bigcheeseplant, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. David Bigcheeseplant

    David Bigcheeseplant New Member

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    The original Brunel train shed/station at High Wycombe is to be restored to how it looked in 1854, with the later extensions removed and the glass ridge vent replaced.
    I have been interested in the station for quite a few years and have been working with Chiltern Railways on aspects of the history and design of this building, although the plan have been in the public domain for a while the link below gives you all the information and drawing of how it will look when completed. In fact the architects have used my drawings for a basis of theirs!
    http://idoxwam.wycombe.gov.uk/MULTIWAM/showCaseFile.do?appType=planning&appNumber=09/06025/FUL
    David
     

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