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B/W print Looking to the East with a diesel railcar at the island platform, No 3 and the wooden waiting room/shelter on the right. Hand rails of steps to bridge visible on the extreme right In the background is the overhead bridge which was used at Show time to take passengers from Shenton Road to the island platform.



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Claremont Museum

Claremont Museum

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