British Railway Station Architecture in Colour: for the Modeller and Historian (Paperback)Robert Hendry (author)
Paperback Published: 06/12/2007
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Although the origins of the railways lay with the need to transport goods, it was not long before the early companies realised that there was considerable additional revenue to be had in passenger traffic. The station and the facilities it provided, became an important part of the individual railway's image. Thus from the mid-1830s onwards, the design of stations became increasingly important. Britain's stations reflected the popular architectural styles, of the era, from the gothic of St Pancras to the austere classicism of Birmingham Curzon Street and Huddersfield. In the process, another rich layer was added to Britain's architectural heritage.
Publisher: Ian Allan Publishing
Dimensions: 282 x 213 x 5 mm
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