Train Stations and Platforms in Art


Header art: Railroad Magazine cover of March 1943.

Frederick Bacon Barwell - Parting Words, Fenchurch Street Station
Frederick Bacon Barwell – Parting Words, Fenchurch Street Station
London, a pilgrimage, Gustave Doré, 1869
London, a pilgrimage, Gustave Doré, 1869
Walter Crane 1845 - 1915 London Town Train Station First Class 1883
Walter Crane 1845 – 1915 London Town Train Station First Class 1883
Walter Crane 1845 - 1915 London Town The Underground Railway 1883
Walter Crane 1845 – 1915 London Town The Underground Railway 1883
An early illustration showing the proliferation of advertising posters targeting rail passengers. C 1852
An early illustration showing the proliferation of advertising posters targeting rail passengers. C 1852
Queens Road station (now Bayswater station) 1916, Walter Sickert
Queens Road station (now Bayswater station) 1916, Walter Sickert
The Terminus (Penzance Station) Oil painting by Alexander Stanhope Forbes (1857-1947)
Stanhope Forbes (1857 - 1947) The terminus Penzance station
Stanhope Forbes (1857 – 1947) The terminus Penzance station (detail)
Orient Express by Austrian artist Alexander Pawlowitz (1884-1955)
Orient Express by Austrian artist Alexander Pawlowitz (1884-1955)
Railroad Magazine May 1943
Liverpool Street Station by Marjorie Sherlock 1917
Liverpool Street Station by Marjorie Sherlock 1917
David Halliwell ‘Lamplight’
Maurer Sascha, 1939 Pennsylvania Railroad
Maurer Sascha, 1939 Pennsylvania Railroad
Arthur Getz The New Yorker cover October 7, 1967
Arthur Getz The New Yorker cover October 7, 1967
William Powell Frith - The Railway Station
William Powell Frith – The Railway Station
Ray Prohaska, (1901 – 1981) – 20th Century Limited, New York To Chicago Overnight – New York Central System (1941) underground train
‘American Locomotive’ illustration by Edward Hopper 1944
Subway Tokyo poster by Sugiura Hisui, ca.1927
Subway Tokyo poster by Sugiura Hisui, ca.1927
Yasui Koyata (1905-1985) 1932 illustration The Subway for the Japanese children's magazine Kodomo No Kun train
Yasui Koyata (1905-1985) 1932 illustration The Subway for the Japanese children’s magazine Kodomo No Kun
 In The Train with Uncle Mac a Ladybird Book illustrated by WC Watson
In The Train with Uncle Mac a Ladybird Book illustrated by WC Watson
Adolph K. Kronengold (1900-1986) 1929 New Yorker cover
by Christian Robinson for 'Milo Imagines the World' by Matt de la Peña
by Christian Robinson for ‘Milo Imagines the World’ by Matt de la Peña
Morning Noises by Alain Grée, Wonder Books, Inc. 1962 train platform
Morning Noises by Alain Grée, Wonder Books, Inc. 1962
Perry Barlow (American, 1892-1977) leaving for summer camp train platform
Perry Barlow (American, 1892-1977) leaving for summer camp train platform
Peter Arno The New Yorker, September 12, 1942
Peter Arno The New Yorker, September 12, 1942
Arthur Getz (1913-1996)
Arthur Getz, 1967
1936 May, Fortune Magazine cover by John A. Cook
Railroad Magazine January 1945
1942 November, cover by Francis Criss train WW2
Railroad Magazine cover art
Railroad Magazine cover art
‘Waiting for a Train’ 1955 by Thornton Utz
‘Waiting for a Train’ 1955 by Thornton Utz
Romantic Adventure Library No. 781 train platform
Romantic Adventure Library No. 781 train platform
James Downie
Kevin Walsh
Helen Oxenbury – Through the Looking Glass
Kon and Aki
Kon and Aki
Norman Rockwell CRESTWOOD TRAIN STATION Saturday Evening Post November 16, 1946
Norman Rockwell CRESTWOOD TRAIN STATION Saturday Evening Post November 16, 1946
Hell Train, by Bob Staake New Yorker Magazine August 2017
Jeff Rowland (1964-2018)
Clarice Marjoribanks Beckett (Australian artist and a key member of the Australian tonalist movement) 1887-1935
Union Train Station, Chicago, Christmas shopping, 1944, Norman Rockwell
Union Train Station, Chicago, Christmas shopping, 1944, Norman Rockwell
Campaign Train by Arthur Getz (1913-1996) for New Yorker cover 1948 but not used
Campaign Train by Arthur Getz (1913-1996) for New Yorker cover 1948 but not used
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