Website News

The old Guild of Railway Artists website
We've now embarked on the massive task of rebuilding of our website. This is being done in order to make it more mobile and tablet friendly.
Please bear us while we transfer the art gallery and pages from the old to the new layouts.

Paul Freestone GRA

Kingswear Station by artist Paul Freestone
Paul Freestone has achieved full member status.
Paul is a watercolour artist from near Dawlish in Devon and has been a Friend of the Guild since 2003. He is currently an elected member of the Guild Council.

New Members

Longwarry Railway Station, Australia
The Guild welcomes three new members whose artwork impressed the selection committee with not only their technical and artistic ability, but also originality.
From Wynard, Tasmania we have Rick Anderson, from Stourport-on-Severn: Neil Ferris and from Breaston: Dave Hodson.
We look forward to showcasing their work here on The Guild of Railway Artists' website.

Rail Art 2016 - At Kidderminster Railway Museum
the Severn Valley Railway

Railway Art Exhibition

The Guild will stage its' annual art exhibition for Rail Art 2015 at:
The Kidderminster Railway Museum, Station Approach, Kidderminster DY10 1QX
Sat. 27th August 2016 until Sunday 2nd October 2016.

Aberglaslyn Pass

Aberglaslyn Pass by John Austin FGRA

The dramatic landscape of The Welsh Highland Railway is captured in this evocative fine art print by John Austin FGRA.

Railway painting by Philip D Hawkins FGRA

Cock O' The North by Philip D Hawkins

Now available as a fine art print.
Sir Nigel Gresley's magnificent P2 class 2-8-2 No.2001 'Cock O' The North' passing Wood Green on the LNER main line in 1934.

Railway print by Eric Bottomley GRA

Hotwells Road by Eric Bottomley GRA

Fine art print.
Hotwells Road, Bristol in 1959.
A GWR 0-6-0 pannier tank loco heads a mixed freight train along the quayside.

Railway painting by artist John Harrison GRA

Winter Snow at Winwick by John Harrison GRA

Fine art print.
A British Railways Britannia and an LMS Stanier Duchess meet at Winwick Junction in the winter of 1962.

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