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The death of Birmingham Snow Hill station was slow and undignified, main line services ceased in 1967 and local trains gradually disappeared until the last single railcar left for Wolverhampton in 1972.
This painting beautifully portrays the station during the 1950’s when Brummies and Black Country folk would travel in their thousands by train to enjoy their annual holidays by the seaside.
‘The Cornishman’ headed by a ‘Castle’ class 4-6-0 No.5070 ‘Sir Daniel Gooch’ arrives to a packed platform 7. A ‘Prairie’ tank No.4175 slides into platform 5 with a northbound local train.
A Limited Edition of 850 prints each signed and numbered by the artist.
Print size 25″ x 17.5″. Image size 23″ x 15″