This carriage (4279) was produced in 1913 by an unknown manufacturer, but most likely Clyde Engineering or the Richie Brothers. Both manufacturers operated in Sydney, with Clyde Engineering based in Granville and Richie Brothers in Auburn. It was originally an end platform car that would have started its working life under steam operation before being converted to electric in 1926. Only 186 of these carriages were converted for electric service, and this particular car must have been earmarked for preservation. This Centurion has been out of the railways for many decades. The body was later modified to be wider than the original design, evident from the 90¬¨¬®‚Äö√†¬¥ join from the ceiling to the walls. Initially, the doors were only at each end of the vestibule but were later retrofitted and introduced to the side for the transition to electric service.
Centurion is part of the Lost Collective Eveleigh Paint Shop series.
Unframed and Framed Prints. Both options consist of a Giclee fine art print with a white border, printed using Epson UltraChrome HD Ink onto Canson Infinity Rag Photographique 310 GSM, a 100% cotton, museum grade, white fine art and photo paper. Framing comes in a choice of white, black or raw shadow box frames.
Glass prints. Face mounted glass print is the premium option. The image runs all the way to the edge with no border whatsoever. The ultra clear glass really makes the image 'pop'. These prints also feature concealed, easy to install mounts, giving the image the appearance of floating off the wall.
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