Paddington Station

Made:
1846 in London
maker:
John Cooke Bourne

Lithograph, Paddington Station by John Cooke Bourne, about 1846. Depicts the classical entrance to the Great Western Railway's first Paddington station. In the foreground are groups of people on foot and in carriages heading to and from the station. There are also riders on horseback, a flock of sheep and a wagon. To the right of the station is a grass bank with small trees. Title below with additional text reading "From nature & on stone by J.C. Bourne" and "Printed by C. F. Cheffins".

Details

Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Object Number:
1978-1839
type:
print
status:
Permanent collection

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