Winning entries of a railway-inspired photography competition to go on show

Winning entries of a railway-inspired photography competition to go on show

The 2012 winning photo of Grindleford station in the Peak District by Chris Howe

The 08:30 from Hamworthy crosses Holes Bay, Poole, Dorset, by Graham Hobbs – the 2012 winner

The 2011 winner – Tay Rail Bridge at dusk by Shahbaz Majeed

First published in News

THE winners of a railway-inspired photography competition will be displayed at the National Railway Museum.

The photographer to win the Lines In The Landscape category of the Landscape Photographer Of The Year competition will be showcased at the Leeman Road museum’s art gallery along with the winners from the last four years.

The exhibition, which will also include unseen images for the musuem’s archive collection, will run from November 23 to May 5.

Ruth Leach, interpretation developer at the museum said: “Photography and rail go hand in hand and we’re proud to be hosting this exhibition at our museum this year and to be the first to showcase the winner.

“These images convey a sense of momentum and speed – fitting in a year that has seen the museum celebrate the anniversary of Mallard breaking the world speed steam record. Entry is free and we’d recommend that anyone who has a love of art, photography or the railways to pop in and have a look.”


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