English Train Prints from World War II (early 1940s)
English Train Prints
from World War II
(England, early 1940s)
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These fascinating prints date to World War II and depict British railroading activities, some with a distinct wartime flavor.

Some of the prints portray express trains of the day operated by the leading railroads including Great Western, London, Midland and Scottish Railroad, Southern and the London and North East.

Other prints portray station scenes and rail yard activities.  As noted above, the war is reflected in a number of these including servicemen and women at the stations and maintaining train operations during air raids.

The narrative at the bottom of each print provides further detail on the scene or train portrayed.

Price per print: Print Only:  $35
Matting Charge:  $20
Framing & Matting Charge:  $100
Dimensions: Print Only:  8 x 7 inches
Matted:  11 x 14 inches
Type of print: Original color print
Year: early 1940s

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English Railroads (No. 60890001)
Waterloo -
London's Biggest Terminus
English Railroads (No. 60890002)
London's Tube Shelters

English Railroads (No. 60890003)
Speeding up the Freight Trains

English Railroads (No. 60890004)
Watching the Signals

English Railroads (No. 60890005)
Carrying on during Air Raids


English Railroads (No. 60900001)
The "Flying Scotsman"
English Railroads (No. 60900002)
The "Cheltenham Flyer"
(Great Western)
English Railroads (No. 60900003)
A "Merchant Navy" Class Pacific
English Railroads (No. 60900004)
The "Coronation Scot"
English Railroads (No. 60900005)
The "Royal Scot"