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Choose from 180 pictures in our Waterloo Station collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Waterloo Station - Peace, SR poster, 1948 Featured Waterloo Station Print

Waterloo Station - Peace, SR poster, 1948

Poster produced for Southern Railways (SR). This is one of two posters commissioned as part of the celebrations that took place in 1948 to mark the centenary of the opening of Waterloo Station. The poster commemorates a centenary of uninterrupted service during war and peace'. Artwork by Helen McKie, who studied at the Lambeth School of Art and exhibited at the Paris Salon and at leading London galleries. In addition to designing posters for the Southern Railway (SR), she also wrote and illustrated booklets and other publicity material and designed uniforms and upholstery. In 1939 she was asked to decorate two new coaches for the cross-Channel service. Dimensions: 1016 mm x 1270mm

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Inside a Victorian signal box Featured Waterloo Station Print

Inside a Victorian signal box

Activities inside a Victorian railway signal box near Londona??s Waterloo Station, with one man pulling the levers to direct the trains onto the correct lines and the other writing up a ledger. From a??The Childrena??s Friend - A Monthly Magazine for Boys & Girlsa?? - bound volume XXXIX, Jan-Dec 1899; published by S.W. Partridge & Co., London

Skyport 2000 Featured Waterloo Station Print

Skyport 2000

15th February 1957: An architect's model of Skyport 2000, a futuristic proposal for an airport building to stand in St George's Circus, near Waterloo Station, London in the year 2000. Made for the Glass Age Development Committee and designed by architect James Dartford, the model shows how aircraft could land and take off from a giant platform supported by three glass-clad pillars. These would contain lifts carrying passengers down to a hotel, offices, and parking for private planes and cars. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

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