Category:River Isis Bridge (rail)
English: The River Isis Bridge carries the Great Western line from London Paddington into Oxford. The first span was opened for traffic in 1850 but has been replaced twice. A second parallel span was added in 1887 to carry a siding to the gas works although this was later modified as a goods running line to relieve traffic on the main line; this span remains intact.
Media in category "River Isis Bridge (rail)"
The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total.
- River Isis Bridge - CrossCountry 220021 down train.JPG 1,366 × 910; 788 KB
- River Isis Bridge - FGW 180104 up train.JPG 1,366 × 910; 715 KB
- River Isis Bridge 1887 span.JPG 1,366 × 910; 933 KB
- River Isis Bridge beneath the 1887 span.JPG 1,366 × 910; 549 KB