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
Newcastle-On-Tyne, St. Nicholas Cathedral
Newcastle-On-Tyne, St. Nicholas Cathedral
Scarborough
Scarborough
Torquay, The Harbour
Torquay, The Harbour
St Ives, The Harbour
St Ives, The Harbour
Cheltenham (from Leckhampton Hill)
Cheltenham (from Leckhampton Hill)

TRAVELLING ART GALLERY
TRAVELLING ART GALLERY
Travelling Art Gallery