Railway Art Exhibition

RailArt 2022
Kidderminster Railway Museum

Dates for 2022's Spring RailArt exhibition are:
Saturday 9th April until Sunday 1st May 2022.
10:00am – 5:00pm daily except opening day when it will open at 2:00pm and closing day when we close at 2:00pm.
Any changes to these arrangements will be announced here.

Below are some paintings from previous year's exhibitions

Painting by Malcolm Root Painting by David French Painting by Chris Holland Painting by Michael Flanders Painting by Chris Holland Painting by Eric Bottomley Painting by Stephen Warnes Painting by Philip Hawkins Painting by Laurence Roche Painting by David French Painting by John Austin Painting by David Charlesworth Painting by Malcolm Root Painting by Stephen Warnes Painting by Eric Bottomley Painting by Wynne B Jones Painting by Jack shaw Painting by Stephen Fox Painting by David Noble Painting by David Charlesworth Painting by J Shaw Painting by David Halliwell Painting by Chris Pulham Painting by R rowland
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

Euston Next Stop by Philip Hawkins FGRA

Now available as a fine art print.
Princess Coronation Pacific No.46236 'City Of Bradford' roars past Sears Crossing signal box.

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 Rob Rowland GRA

Just Passing by Rob Rowland GRA

Fine art print.
Great Western Railway Diesel Railcar in the 1940s

Philip D Hawkins FGRA

Retford by Philip D Hawkins FGRA

Fine art print.
Retford Station 1933
LNER class C1 Atlantic No.4444 roars along the East Coast main line approaching Retford station.

London Victoria - King Arthur class

Leaving Victoria by Steve Wyse HonGRA

Fine art print.
Southern Railway King Arthur with a Kent Coast holiday express in 1947

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