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32 Framed Prints

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Design drawing for the King Class locomotive, 1927

Design drawing for the King Class locomotive, 1927

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: The Cheltenham Flyer book, 1934

The Cheltenham Flyer book, 1934
The Cheltenham Flyer book aimed at the male railway enthusiast, published in 1934

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: New Swindon, 1847

New Swindon, 1847
Lithograph of New Swindon in 1847 with broad gauge locomotive, Fire Brand, in foreground. Swindon Works can be seen to the right on the image, with the Railway Village to the left

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Close up view of broad gauge train at Chepstow Station, c. 1850

Close up view of broad gauge train at Chepstow Station, c. 1850
Shows broad gauge locomotive " Vulcan", built in 1837 by Charles Tayleur & Co. Taken from a lithograph

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: GWR Coat of Arms

GWR Coat of Arms
The Great Western Railway Coat of Arms, also known as the Garter Crest. A garter can be seen surrounding the original coat of arms which contained the city shields for London (left)

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Livery diagram for a Class 52 Western locomotive in 1963

Livery diagram for a Class 52 Western locomotive in 1963
Livery diagram for a Class 52 Western locomotive, 1963 This drawing shows the experimental livery colour Golden Ochre. The colour was only applied to No

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Swindon Engine Shed by J C Bourne, 1846

Swindon Engine Shed by J C Bourne, 1846
A black and white lithograph of Swindon Engine Shed by J C Bourne in 1846

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Signal Lamps Catalogue

Signal Lamps Catalogue
This image was taken from the front cover of a Signal Lamps catalogue and shows the silhouettes of a train, signal gantry and a lamp

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Swindon Works Locomotive Workshops Scene

Swindon Works Locomotive Workshops Scene
A drawing of a locomotive in the Swindon Works used on the front cover of a booklet describing the works

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Swindon Works Book Cover

Swindon Works Book Cover
This image comes from the front cover of a book detailing aspects of the Swindon Works and its production

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Book Cover for GWR Engines, Names, Numbers, Types & Classes

Book Cover for GWR Engines, Names, Numbers, Types & Classes
This vibrant graphic featuring a steam locomotive on a turntable was designed by poster artist Charles Mayo. The image was used on the cover of the 4th edition of the book GWR Engines: Names

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: St Michael's Mount, Penzance, 1924

St Michael's Mount, Penzance, 1924
This illustration of St Michael's Mount, Penzance comes from a souvenir booklet produced by the GWR to coincide with the 1924 British Empire Exhibition

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: The Picturesque West Country, 1924

The Picturesque West Country, 1924
This illustration of The Picturesque West Country comes from a souvenir booklet produced by the GWR to coincide with the 1924 British Empire Exhibition

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: The Golden Sands of Wales, 1924

The Golden Sands of Wales, 1924
This illustration of The Golden Sands of Wales comes from a souvenir booklet produced by the GWR to coincide with the 1924 British Empire Exhibition

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: A Typical Cornish Fishing Town, 1924

A Typical Cornish Fishing Town, 1924
This illustration of A Typical Cornish Fishing Town comes from a souvenir booklet produced by the GWR to coincide with the 1924 British Empire Exhibition

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: HST Intercity 125 Design, c. 1980s

HST Intercity 125 Design, c. 1980s
An image of a HST Intercity 125 used by British Rail for a publicity Christmas card, c.1980s. The HST is shown coming towards us, with the train in perspective

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: British Railways Fuel Economy Poster

British Railways Fuel Economy Poster
British Railways was keen to publicise the fact that its drive for modernisation was in the interests of fuel economy and saving money

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station c. 1840s

Bristol Temple Meads Station c. 1840s
Reproduction of a lithograph showing Brunels original Bristol Temple Meads Station in about the 1840s. Carriages are passing the facade of the station and ladies are strolling nearby

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Holiday Haunts guide book, 1947

Holiday Haunts guide book, 1947
A 1947 edition of the popular Holiday Haunts guide books published by the GWR. A glamorous blonde poses in a white two-part swimming costume in front of a lively beach scene

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Front cover of the book Camping and Hiking Holidays, 1933

Front cover of the book Camping and Hiking Holidays, 1933
The front cover of a GWR book promoting camping and hiking holidays at destinations across the network. Published in 1933

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Steam Rail Motor diagram, 1905

Steam Rail Motor diagram, 1905
This diagram was drawn in June 1905. It was for a GWR steam rail motor that was to be built in 1906. It was built to diagram Q, lot number 1101, and included numbers 73 to 80

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station, c. 1843

Bristol Temple Meads Station, c. 1843
Lithograph by John Cooke Bourne of Brunels train shed at Bristol Temple Meads Station in c.1843, a few years after the station opened in 1840

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Detail of broad gauge locomotive and carriages at Swindon, 1849

Detail of broad gauge locomotive and carriages at Swindon, 1849
Taken from a painting by Edward Snell. Edward Snell worked at Swindon Works in the late 1840s

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Drawing for a GWR oil can

Drawing for a GWR oil can

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Broad Gauge locomotive, Fire Fly

Broad Gauge locomotive, Fire Fly
Design drawing for the 2-2-2 Fire Fly Class locomotive. Built 1840 by Jones, Turner & Evans, Newton-Le-Willows

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Station c1840s

Bristol Temple Meads Station c1840s
A lithograph of Brunels Bristol Temple Meads Station c.1840s. A range of carts, horse carriages and people are passing the grand facade of the original Temple Meads station building

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Holiday Haunts Artwork, 1935

Holiday Haunts Artwork, 1935. This original hand-drawn and painted artwork is for a Holiday Haunts advertising leaflet. The bold, graphic design is believed to the work of poster artist Verney L

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Lithograph of Chepstow Station, c. 1850

Lithograph of Chepstow Station, c. 1850
A reproduction of a lithographic print showing Chepstow station in c.1850 at about the time the South Wales Railway opened

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Lithograph of Bridgend Station, c. 1850

Lithograph of Bridgend Station, c. 1850
A reproduction of a lithograph showing Bridgend Station, South Wales, c.1850. The station opened in June 1850 on the line between Cardiff and Swansea

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Swindon Works and Railway Village by Edward Snell. 1849

Swindon Works and Railway Village by Edward Snell. 1849
An early watercolour painting of New Swindon by Edward Snell. Snell was head draughtsman at Swindon Works, later becoming assistant to Works Manager, Archibold Sturrock in 1846

Background imageArtwork Framed Print Collection: Firft Bridge

Firft Bridge
A view of the Firft Bridge at Paddington and the Accommodation Barge going down the Grand Union Canel to Uxbridge


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