Photograph Panels

The Great Eastern Railway were the first company to display photograph views in their carriages (in 1884) - simple mounted photos, with hand-written titles. In 1895 'colour-tinted' photographs were being used in many companies' carriages and these mounted panels lasted for many years. Edwardian times saw more black & white mounted photographs appear in all shapes and sizes and then in post-1923 'grouping' days, large numbers of sepia and b/w panels were produced by the LMS, GWR and SR.

Counties
Railway Companies
Killgerran, the Castle; Manorbier Castle
Killgerran, the Castle; Manorbier Castle
Cheltenham (from Leckhampton Hill)
Cheltenham (from Leckhampton Hill)
Bath, The Weir
Bath, The Weir
Symonds Yat, The Great Doward; Ross on the Wye
Symonds Yat, The Great Doward; Ross on the Wye
Medmenham Abbey, Thames
Medmenham Abbey, Thames

TRAVELLING ART GALLERY
TRAVELLING ART GALLERY
Travelling Art Gallery