• Crossing at Crediton by Philip D hawkins

An unusually busy moment at Crediton station a few miles north-west of Exeter during the mid 1950’s as a Southern Region N class 2-6-0 No.31846 heads west with a van train about to pass a West Country Pacific No.34002 'Salisbury' in charge of a London, Waterloo express.
 The station is still largely intact with the main building, seen here on the right, in use as tea rooms under the care of the Friends of Credition Station.

  • High quality, giclee fine art print
  • Image size 21in x 14in
  • Overall size 23in x 16.5in
  • On 280gsm white cotton museum paper stock each signed by the artist

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Crossing at Crediton by Philip D hawkins

  • £105.00


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