Euston Station

Made:
1837
artist:
John Cooke Bourne
Euston Arch, 1837

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Euston Arch, 1837
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Wash drawing, Euston Station. Doric arch less advanced than 1 feet of columns only, Oct. 1837, by John Cooke Bourne. Depicts the construction of Euston Station on the London and Birmingham Railway. In the foreground, laying on the ground, are the tops of the Doric columns of the arch erected at the entrance to the station. Beyond is the partially completed arch, covered in scaffolding, and on either side are lodges, built in the classical style, and also surrounded with scaffolding.

Details

Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Object Number:
1990-7189
type:
wash drawing
credit:
British Rail, Records Office