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Welsh Stations Framed Print Collection

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37 Framed Prints

Welsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Presteign Station

Presteign Station Collection
5 Framed Prints

Welsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Felin Fach Station

Felin Fach Station Collection
2 Framed Prints

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Clydach Station

Clydach Station, Monmouthshire, c. 1910

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Bont Newydd Station

Bont Newydd Station, c. 1960

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Vera Bray, Rail Travel Advisor, Cardiff Station 1957

Vera Bray, Rail Travel Advisor, Cardiff Station 1957
This is Vera Bray, photographed in November 1957. After working for the railways as a clerk for 16 years, Vera took on the role of being the very first Rail Travel Advisor at Cardiff Central Station

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Bangor on Dee Station, Wales, c. 1950s

Bangor on Dee Station, Wales, c. 1950s
A view of Bangor-on-Dee station near Wrexham in Wales, c.1950s, showing locomotive No. 5404 standing at the station with the station building and bridge in the background

Background imageWelsh Stations 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 imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Aberystwyth Enquiry Office, late 1950s

Aberystwyth Enquiry Office, late 1950s
The Enquiry Office at Aberystwyth Station in the late 1950's is the subject of this photograph. These three employees would have had a public facing role helping passengers with the details

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Cardiff Station Decorations for Commonwealth Games, 23rd July 1958

Cardiff Station Decorations for Commonwealth Games, 23rd July 1958
This photograph shows the Cardiff Station Decorations for the British Empire and Commonwealth Games, taken at night on the 23rd July 1958

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Royal Visit to Cardiff & Station Decorations, 5th August 1960

Royal Visit to Cardiff & Station Decorations, 5th August 1960
This photograph shows the station decorations at Cardiff prepared in advance of the Royal Visit on 5th August 1960, with flags, banners and crests

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Welshpool Station Decorations for Duke of Edinburghs Visit, 24th July 1958

Welshpool Station Decorations for Duke of Edinburghs Visit, 24th July 1958
This image shows the station decorations at Welshpool for the Duke of Edinburghs visit on 24th July 1958

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Royal Tour of Wales - Treharris Station, 1955

Royal Tour of Wales - Treharris Station, 1955
This photograph shows Treharris Station decorated ready for Queen Elizabeth IIs visit on her Royal Tour of Wales in 1955

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Neyland Fish Platform, Pembrokeshire, c. 1910

Neyland Fish Platform, Pembrokeshire, c. 1910
A view of GWR company servants unloading fish crates from the rail link at Neyland in Pembrokeshire, c.1910. The fishing industry boomed in the area from 1908 until World War I caused many ships to

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Royal Tour of Wales - Pembroke Town Station, 1955

Royal Tour of Wales - Pembroke Town Station, 1955
The photograph shows Pembroke Town Station decorated ready for Queen Elizabeth IIs visit, on her Royal Tour of Wales, in 1955

Background imageWelsh Stations 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 imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: St Clears Station, Wales, July 1958

St Clears Station, Wales, July 1958
This photograph taken of St Clears Station in Carmarthenshire, July 1958 is particularly interesting because of the cast iron lions heads adorning the edge of the station canopy

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Quakers Yard High Level Station, Merthyr Tydfil

Quakers Yard High Level Station, Merthyr Tydfil
Pannier tank No.3699 steams into Quakers Yard High Level Station from Aberdare on 14th July 1957. The photograph is taken from the western end of the platform

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Llangollen Station, Wales, 1950

Llangollen Station, Wales, 1950
Llangollen station in this image taken in July 1950 has been decorated with bunting for the annual Musical Eisteddfod, which is still held in the town today

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Corwen Station, 1963

Corwen Station, 1963
Corwen Station pictured on 15th July 1963 as locomotive No. 75027 steams into the down platform from Ruabon. The main station buildings unusual double canopy is clear to see in this image

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Construction of Fishguard Harbour Station, Pembrokeshire, c1905

Construction of Fishguard Harbour Station, Pembrokeshire, c1905
A view of the construction of Fishguard Harbour Station on the Pembrokeshire coast, Wales in c.1905, one year before the station opened

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Johnston Station, Pembrokeshire, c. 1920s

Johnston Station, Pembrokeshire, c. 1920s
A view of Johnston Station, Pembrokeshire, Wales, c.1920s, showing the platform and the station flower beds planted up to say Johnston change for Old Milford

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Neyland Station, Pembrokeshire, c. 1930s

Neyland Station, Pembrokeshire, c. 1930s
A view of Neyland station in Pembrokeshire, Wales, c.1930s, showing a locomotive departing from the station. Goods facilities and signals can also be seen in this image

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Milford Haven Station, Wales, 1966

Milford Haven Station, Wales, 1966
A view of Milford Haven Station in Pembrokeshire, Wales, 1966. The station opened as Milford station in September 1863, and wasn t called Milford Haven until it was renamed in 1910

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Haverfordwest Station, Pembrokeshire, 1966

Haverfordwest Station, Pembrokeshire, 1966
A view of the façade of Haverfordwest Station in Pembrokeshire, Wales, 1966. The image shows a number of cars including a Mini parked outside the station

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Bala Junction, Gwynedd, Wales, c. 1950s

Bala Junction, Gwynedd, Wales, c. 1950s
A view of Bala Junction station in Wales, c.1950s, showing the platform island, footbridge, waiting room and signal box. Bala Junction opened November 1882 and closed to passengers in January 1965

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Black Rock Halt, Gwynedd, Wales, c. 1960s

Black Rock Halt, Gwynedd, Wales, c. 1960s
A view of the now disappeared Black Rock Halt on the Welsh Coast in Gwynedd, c.1960s. The halts wooden platform and simple shelter opened in September 1923 to serve the nearby tourist traffic to

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Beavers Hill Halt, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Beavers Hill Halt, Pembrokeshire, Wales
A view of Beavers Hill Halt at Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The halt opened in May 1905, temporarily ceasing services during World War I and finally closed in June 1964

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Bedlinog Station, Wales, c. 1960

Bedlinog Station, Wales, c. 1960
A view of Bedlinog Station in southern Wales, c.1960, showing a train at the station and a member of the station staff on the platform looking up the valley

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Beavers Hill Halt, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Beavers Hill Halt, Pembrokeshire, Wales
A view of Beavers Hill Halt at Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The halt opened in May 1905, temporarily ceasing services during World War I and finally closed in June 1964

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Bargoed Station, South Wales, c. 1950s

Bargoed Station, South Wales, c. 1950s
A view of the platform and station buildings at Bargoed Station, near Caerphilly, South Wales, c.1950s. The station opened in March 1858

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Arthog Station, Wales, c. 1920s

Arthog Station, Wales, c. 1920s
A view of Arthog Station near Barmouth on the west coast of Wales, c.1920s. The station opened in March 1870 and closed to passengers in 1965

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Aberaman Station, Wales, c. 1885

Aberaman Station, Wales, c. 1885
A view of Aberaman Station, South Wales, c.1885. This image shows the lattice footbridge, signal box, track and platforms of the station

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Pontllanfraith Low Level Station, 1958

Pontllanfraith Low Level Station, 1958
Pontllanfraith Low Level Station photographed in 1958, looking east along the line. The footbridge has been used to advertise Hancocks beer, which at that time was Waless largest brewer

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Hirwaun Station, Wales

Hirwaun Station, Wales
0-6-0 Pannier Tank locomotive No. 9473 steams into Hirwaun Station on 7th June 1954. The station served a mainly industrial community of nearby collieries, quarries and an ironworks

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Garneddwen Halt, c. 1950s

Garneddwen Halt, c. 1950s
The bleak looking Garneddwen Halt on the Ruabon to Barmouth line consisted of up and down platforms, a signal box and a small hut for passengers to shelter in

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Bassaleg Station, Wales, c1900

Bassaleg Station, Wales, c1900
A view of Bassaleg station, Wales, c.1900, showing an unknown saddletank arriving into the station. Bassaleg opened in December 1850 on the Brecon and Merthyr Railway

Background imageWelsh Stations Framed Print Collection: Ystrad Station, South Wales, c. 1900

Ystrad Station, South Wales, c. 1900
A view of Ystrad station in South Wales, c.1900, showing a 517 class, 0-4-2T, locomotive at the platform with passengers and station staff


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