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Rayne Railway Station Giclée Art Print

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High quality greeting card of Rayne Station, depicted in a style that harkens back to railway posters from the golden age of rail. The station was built in 1866 and was one of a number of smaller stations serving the Bishop's Stortford to Braintree branch line. Buildings consisted of Station Masters house, ticket office, lamp room and toilets as well as a goods yard and shed, coal yard and cattle dock. The main building was restored in 1994 and later converted into a cafe room which became the Booking Hall Cafe in 2009. The Station House which is still used as a home was Grade II listed in 2015. The Carriage Museum provided by the Friends of the Flitch Way can just be seen along the tracks. Walkers and cyclists enjoy the Flitch Way and Rayne station has become a hub of activity, hopefully serving the district of Braintree for a long time to come.

This illustration by Essex-based artist Rob Wisdom is a high-quality Giclée art print on cotton-rich textured art paper.

12x16" print shown. Cropping and title position (if applicable) may differ slightly on 'A' size prints.