Links and Acknowledgements

We are grateful for the kind support and interest shown whilst this site has been developed. Wherever possible original copyright holders or publishers have been contacted for permission to reproduce material. In some instances it may not have been possible to determine who that should be and we apologise for any such omission. Some information quoted has been anecdotal and may not have been verifyable. Most however has been collected from multiple sources in the public domain, or where alternatively credited.

Collected below are acknowledgements to those organisations, individuals and web sites who have given permission to use images or other material whilst researching the history of Culham station, together with attributions where known and links to other referenced web sites.

Acknowledgements


Listed buildings details via HistoricEngland
Planning application details via South Oxford District Council
Historical newspaper searches via British Newspaper Archive, The Times Online Archive and Welsh Newspapers Online
Other research facilities via Oxfordshire County Council Library Service - Abingdon branch

Drawings of Culham station, where noted ©Network Rail Corporate Archive, Network Rail Corporate Archive
Images, where noted as published by Crécy Publishing Limited
Images, where noted ©Oxfordshire History Centre, Oxfordshire County Council – Oxfordshire History Centre
Images, where noted ©Pendon Museum, Pendon Museum
Images, where noted ©Great Western Trust, Great Western Trust archive

Pangbourne, print first published in The Great Western Railway of 1846 by J.C.Bourne
Culham Station 1904. Postcard marked as being published by Leach's Printers of Abingdon in 1904
Layout of station in 1908, Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre
Plan of station in the early 1950's ©Science and Society Picture Library, National Railway Museum, Science and Society Picture Library
'Have a good trip!', Inter-City poster in 1979 ©Jay Tilston, Jay Tilston
Drysllwyn Castle at Culham in 1981 ©Chris Jennings, Chris Jennings
Culham Station 1984 ©Crown copyright, Historic England Archive

Postcard of floods near Kennington, unknown publisher, courtesy of Oxford History

Abingdon Lodge in the 1970's ©Martin Loach, www.aeolian-hall.myzen.co.uk/hornbill
Satellite view of station, Imagery ©DigitalGlobe,Getmapping plc,Infoterra Ltd&Bluesky,The Geoinformation Group, Map data ©Google.co.uk
Agreements of 1888 and 1908 between GWR and Nuneham House, Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre
Lock Cottage and bridge. Undated postcard marked as being published by Savages, Carfax Oxford

Oxford Ragwort photographs ©Crown copyright, GB Non-native species secretariat

Model kits of Ticket office and shelter ©Timbertracks, Timbertracks
Gauge 1 model of the Ticket Office ©Kirtley Model Buildings, Kirtley Model Buildings

Links


Abingdon & District Model Railway Club
British Railway Modelling magazine - The Old Ticket Office Culham, February 2018 covermount dvd
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
Chinnor & Princess Risborough Railway
Didcot Railway Centre
Gwili Steam Railway
Oxford & District Model Railway Club
Oxford balloon experience - James Sadler, the first Englishman to fly
Radley village website - Radley Rail Gala souvenir programme from 1994
Railway Heritage Trust
South Oxford Community Centre - the coming of the railway to Oxford, and John Towle and his paper house

Dapol who kindly donated decorated samples for static display of two of their latest models (A GWR streamlined Railcar in '00' and a 57xx in '0' gauge)
Oxforddiecast who kindly donated the first sample of the tooling in its painted livery of their delightful '00' scale Dean goods engine for static display

Souvenir Edmondson tickets printed by Edmondson Tickets Printing (Staffordshire) partnership
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