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Birmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill

Birmingham Snow Hill Collection
10 Metal Prints

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill booking hall concourse, 1912

Birmingham Snow Hill booking hall concourse, 1912
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance. This image shows the station once completed

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s

Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s
A view of Birmingham Snow Hill station, c.1940s, showing platform No.8 and a few passengers strolling along

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Booking Office, 1912

Birmingham Snow Hill Booking Office, 1912
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance. This image shows the station once completed

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill, under construction, c. 1910

Birmingham Snow Hill, under construction, c. 1910
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1926

Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1926
An interior shot of the rather glamorous refreshment rooms showing a decorative, Art Nouveau, window in the background

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill, under construction, c. 1910

Birmingham Snow Hill, under construction, c. 1910
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill booking hall concourse, 1912

Birmingham Snow Hill booking hall concourse, 1912
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance. This image shows the station once completed

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s

Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s
A view of Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c.1940s, showing several platforms of the train shed under the roof and passenger activity in the background

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: King George V at Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1927

King George V at Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1927
A view of locomotive no. 6000 King George V at Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1927. The image shows the bell at the front of the loco and five railway men standing on the platform

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill, c1911

Birmingham Snow Hill, c1911
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1899

Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1899
A general view of the original 1871 station structure at Birmingham Snow Hill, taken c.1899. The arched overall roof of the train shed and several locomotives can be seen in the image

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1911

Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1911
A view of Birmingham Snow Hill station, c.1911. Taken between platforms 3 and 4, this image shows the tracks and platforms under the overall roof structure of the train shed

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Sandbag protection at Birmingham Snow Hill Station

Sandbag protection at Birmingham Snow Hill Station
Railway stations were on high alert during the war years. The principal stations on the GWR network were used by hundreds of people each day

Background imageBirmingham Stations Metal Print Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill, under construction, c. 1910

Birmingham Snow Hill, under construction, c. 1910
Between 1906 and 1912 the GWR took about re-designing and re-constructing the station. When it was completed it was a vision of Edwardian elegance


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