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Vehicle Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 11 pictures in our Vehicle collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


5 Ton Dennis Lorry, 1951
5 Ton Dennis Lorry, 1951
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Goods vehicle converted into an ambulance ward car, c.1940
Goods vehicle converted into an ambulance ward car, c.1940
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GWR Horse Drawn Express Parcels Cart
GWR Horse Drawn Express Parcels Cart
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Great Western Railway Horse Drawn Delivery Van, c1910
Great Western Railway Horse Drawn Delivery Van, c1910
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Departure side at Paddington Station, c.1920
Departure side at Paddington Station, c.1920
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Women employee in the Road Motor Department at Slough, 1944
Women employee in the Road Motor Department at Slough, 1944
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Oswestry Station, Shropshire, c.1960s
Oswestry Station, Shropshire, c.1960s
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GWR lorry delivering paintings from the National Gallery to a slate mine in Wales in 1940
GWR lorry delivering paintings from the National Gallery to a slate mine in Wales in 1940
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Cardiff Newtown Goods Yard, 1924
Cardiff Newtown Goods Yard, 1924
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Goods Depot, South Lambeth, 1909
Goods Depot, South Lambeth, 1909
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Windsor Station, 1948
Windsor Station, 1948
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GWR lorry delivering paintings from the National Gallery to a slate mine in Wales in 1940 Featured Image

GWR lorry delivering paintings from the National Gallery to a slate mine in Wales in 1940

This photograph of a GWR lorry was taken around 1940. It shows the in delivery of historic and valuable paintings from the National Gallery in London to the disused Manod slate mine at Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales. In the 10 days following the declaration of war on 3rd September 1939 the National Gallery, with the help of the GWR road cartage department, removed the majority of their paintings to safer locations in Wales. The GWR was praised by Gallery officers for their "wonderful work" and the "great care" with which the artworks were handled. In the next few months it was decided to store all the paintings in one location and the Manod slate mine was the perfect choice. The GWR assisted in the relocation which was completed by the summer of 1941