An ex South Eastern & Chatham Railway Wainwright E class 4-4-0 is seen at the old Dover Priory station in early Southern Railway days. The train has arrived from London Victoria having travelled via Bromley South, Chislehurst Junction and Tonbridge. Rebuilt in an art deco style between 1927 and 1932, the new Dover Priory station opened on May 8th 1932.

Acrylic on canvas 75cm x 50cm

Unframed

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All Change at Dover Priory by Steve Wyse HonGRA

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Tags: SE&CR, SECR, Wainwright, Wainright, E class, Dover, Kent, LCDR, LC&DR, SER