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Arthog Station, Wales, c. 1920s

Arthog Station, Wales, c. 1920s


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Filename: HSA2 089 Arthog .jpg

Size: 1557 x 938 (1.0MB)

Date: 3rd March 2016

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

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Arthog Station, Wales, c. 1920s

A view of Arthog Station near Barmouth on the west coast of Wales, c.1920s. The station opened in March 1870 and closed to passengers in 1965

STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway

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1920s Wales Arthog Barmouth


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print transports us back to the enchanting era of the 1920s, capturing a timeless view of Arthog Station near Barmouth on the picturesque west coast of Wales. The station, which first opened its doors in March 1870, served as a vital link for passengers traveling through this breathtaking region until it ceased operation in 1965. The image exudes an air of nostalgia and tranquility as we gaze upon the quaint station nestled amidst stunning natural surroundings. The rugged mountains that frame the scene seem to stand guard over this historic landmark, while lush greenery blankets the landscape with its vibrant hues. Arthog Station itself stands proud and elegant against this backdrop, showcasing its charming architecture and Victorian-era design. Its red-brick facade and ornate detailing harken back to a time when train travel was not only practical but also imbued with a sense of elegance. As we delve into this snapshot from history, we can almost hear the distant chugging sound of steam locomotives arriving at Arthog Station. Passengers disembarking from these trains would have been greeted by warm Welsh hospitality as they embarked on their adventures or returned home after memorable journeys along Wales' magnificent coastline. This print serves as both a testament to our rich railway heritage and an invitation for us to explore our own connection with history. It reminds us that even though times may change, there are certain places that will forever hold significance in our hearts - like Arthog Station in

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