Below you will find some construction drawings of various parts of the railway. These have been scanned in and cleaned up from originals kindly provided by Tony West of the Great Central Railway Society.

The so called "Birdcage bridge". Part of structure 451 - the viaduct over the LNWR lines at Rugby.
 
Bridge 455 which carried Hilmorton Road over the line and which also provided access to Rugby Central station.
 
The street level buildings of Rugby Central Station. In the left hand margin can be seen some sketches made by some of the construction workers almost 110 years ago.
 
Covering sheet to the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 14 (Mileposts 91 to 93) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 15 (Mileposts 93 to 95) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 16 (Mileposts 95 to 97) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 17 (Mileposts 97 to 99) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 18 (Mileposts 99 to 101) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 19 (Mileposts 101 to 102) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 20 (Mileposts 102 to 104) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 6A (Nottingham Victoria) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's
 
Sheet 6B (Nottingham Victoria) of the "Fowler Plans" shewing the line as built in the 1890's

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