Curzon Street Station, Birmingham

Curzon Street Station, Birmingham — the north terminus of the London and Birmingham Railway. Philip Hardwick. 1839. London, WC2. Photograph: Michael Whiteway. Source: Architects for a New Age. [Click on images to enlarge them.]

Left: Section through the Entrance Traffic Office. 1838. pen & ink and watercolour extensively inscribed 15 x 17 inches (38 x 43 cm). Right: Principal Buildings: Section through the Gateway. Passage Water Closets. 1838. pen & ink and watercolour extensively inscribed. 14 x 18 inches (35.5 x 46 cm).

Principal Buildings 1838: Principal Building, Façade. pen & ink and wash extensively inscribed 15 x 18 inches (38 x 46 cm)

Bibliography

Architects for a New Age. Exhibition catalogue. London: Fine Art Society in association with Haslam & Whiteway, 2008.


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