Then And Now This section of the site is provided in partnership with The Swindon Society and The Richard Jefferies Society. It enables you to see how the surrounding area used to look and learn more about your town. We are adding value by providing a current photograph taken as far as possible from the same position. The project involves a fair bit of detective work, so if you can add or correct information, please get in touch. This is your site, so if you would like to get involved in extending this project, please let us know.

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Swindon, Train accident! 1936

A train accident near Swindon on January 15th 1936 at 5a.m. The Penzance-Paddington night sleeper train, drawn by 'Kings' class locomotive No. 6007 King William III, collided with some runaway wagons from a freight train. Two people were killed. The locomotive, after repair, was put back into service and not withdrawn until 1962.

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Teddy White open the Viewpoint Concert

alprazolam ordering The Teddy White Band, longstanding local legends, kick off the Viewpoint 40th Anniversary Concert at MECA  Regent Circus on Friday. Photo: Steve Edwards

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Temple Street - An Old Firm Bus 1953

ordering alprazolam online An 'Old Firm' bus pictured at their Swindon terminus at Temple Street. The Hawkins family, from High Street, Wroughton ran a service from Wroughton to Swindon until July 1955 when the Bristol Omnibus company purchased the contract

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The Mall, Commonweal School, Hockey Team, 1934-5

buying alprazolam in thailand The team are, back row, left to right: Miss Thompsett, Mary Collingbourne, Audrey jones, Trixie Rickards, Cicely Cousins, Esme Elms, Miss Diffy; front row: Evelyn Farmer, Nina Collingbourne, Mary Greenhill (captain), Barbara Whiting and Iris Coker.
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The Mall, Commonweal School, Old Town, looking north, 1930 June 1, 1930 Then