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Train Station Art

Modern train stations are tiny cities where people go by their daily activities, shop and eat while waiting for their mean of transportation. All this commotion can be dizzying at times, so it hardly surprising that so few can imagine how the stations used to be one century ago. Picasso.com will help refresh memories and also present aspiring decorators with extraordinary beautiful train station prints that depict some of the most famous ones nationwide.

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Train Station Artwork

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Grand Central Station, New York
by Unknown
36" x 27"
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Grand Central Station, New York City, c.1934
by Photography Collection
20" x 16"
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Grand Central Station, New York City, c.1934
by Unknown
32" x 24"
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1930s 1940s Interior Pennsylvania Station New York City?
by Vintage PI
16" x 16"
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Wilton, N.H.
by Stanton Manolakas
24" x 18"
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Supper at Rosies
by Les Ray
24" x 12"
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La Gare Saint-Lazare
by Claude Monet
11" x 9"
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La Gare Saint-Lazare
by Claude Monet
26" x 22"
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Train Station
by Bill Bell
16" x 13"
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Train Station
by D. Rusty Rust
18" x 9"
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Night Train
by Michael Blanchette Photography
24" x 16"
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Union Station, Washington DC
by Kathy Jakobsen
20" x 11"
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Anticipate
by Dina Marie
20" x 20"
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TH and B Station
by William Biddle
19" x 13"
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TH and B Station
by William Biddle
32" x 20"
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I'll Write Every Day
by William Biddle
19" x 13"
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I'll Write Every Day
by William Biddle
30" x 26"
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Need Christ
by Gail Peck
15" x 11"
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Vintage Station
by Marcus Prime
19" x 13"
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Train Station
by Jose Trujillo
24" x 18"
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All Aboard
by Sylvia Coomes
24" x 16"
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Detail Of Historic Railroad Station, Nevada
by Jaynes Gallery / Danita Delimont
18" x 12"
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Au Revoir
by Chris Consani
18" x 12"
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Scenic railroad, Laconia, New Hampshire
by Jerry & Marcy Monkman / Danita Delimont
26" x 17"
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Scenic railroad at Weirs Beach, New Hampshire
by Jerry & Marcy Monkman / Danita Delimont
26" x 17"
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Railroad Depot in West Cornwall, Litchfield Hills, Connecticut
by Jerry & Marcy Monkman / Danita Delimont
12" x 18"
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Station at Severes
by Alfred Sisley
12" x 10"
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Trip by Train
by Kim Jacobs
16" x 14"
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Winchester Train Station
by Cheryl Bartley
16" x 14"
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At The Station
by Trevor Mitchell
20" x 15"
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The Village Station
by Trevor Mitchell
20" x 14"
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Winter Station
by Gordon Barker
18" x 13"
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Train Station
by Gordon Barker
18" x 13"
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Train Station Doorways
by Bob Rouse
12" x 18"
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Train Station
by Bob Fair
24" x 18"
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In the early 20th century, traveling by train was not an adventure but still an extraordinary voyage especially when people had to cover long distances. The train stations were impressive hubs where hundreds of people got together at the same time, anxiously waiting for a train to arrive or depart. Picasso.com has great train station photographs featuring the Grand Central Station and Penn station in the 30s, inundated by light and populated by people.

On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, those who are passionate about train station posters will be surely impressed by the Gare Montparnasse and Gare Saint-Lazare. If you’re lucky enough to travel to Paris and visit these places, you’ll be impressed by how much they have changed. Those who prefer to decorate their homes with black-and-white train station photos will understand the paradox of choice, because there are dozens to choose from. On the other hand there are also train station paintings including instantly recognizable artwork belonging to Claude Monet, the famous Impressionist artist.
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