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A track plan of the Floating Harbour area of Bristol from 1902.
Same loco, different date. © Alan Weeks
The Industrial Museum's last day before it closed to be rebuilt as the Museum of Bristol. © Alan Weeks
Replicating the loading of wagons under the museum's cranes. © Alan Weeks
The entrance to the museum. © Alan Weeks
As well as a running line, the Industrial Museum had a line running around the back of buildings on Princes Wharf that was used for storage and maintenance of the stock. © Andrew Ross
Although this is a similar view I decided to include it because the backs of the buildings are so interesting. © Andrew Ross
The ex Seabank Gas Works loco on display alongside a still working steam crane.
The Industrial Museum closed in 2006 and was replaced by the M Shed. A new locomotive shed was built for the railway's engines while the rebuild of the building took place.