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Girder bridge and signal box near Jewry Wall excavations, Leicester

Girder bridge and signal box near Jewry Wall excavations, Leicester

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L3115. This postcard was produced by Leicester's Museum and Libraries Commission. It shows the Jewry Wall excavations of 1936-38, and more specifically the outer portico on the north side and the Roman road. However, framed in the background is the Great Central viaduct which brought the London Extension across much of the city. Crossing the girder bridge over Welles Street is a southbound train hauled by the Atlantic 4-4-2 No. 5264, a locomotive designed by John G. Robinson.
Publisher
ContributorLeicester City Council
Creatorcorporatename - Leicester Museum and Libraries Committee
Datecreation - circa 1938
TypePostcards - black and white
Formatdimension.H - 91mm
dimension.W - 142mm
Identifier736 ' 1977
SourceThe Jewry Wall Museum, Leicester
LanguageEN
Relationpart of - Museum History File - 736 ' 1977
CoverageLocation.Current Repository - The Jewry Wall Museum, Leicester
Location.Creation Site - Welles Street, Leicester (O.S. Ref: 458300 304400)
period - circa 1938
RightsLeicester City Council
OS458300 304400