The Studio (1898), p. 55by J. Langton Barnard. Exhibited Royal Academy 1897. Source:
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- The railway station as a new nineteenth-century architectural form
- Drawing and painting Victorian railways
- W. P. Frith’s The Railway Station
Art at the Royal Academy, 1897. Special issue of The Studio, p. 55. Internet Archive digitized from a copy in the University of Toronto Library.
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