Trailer car with drivers cabin to enable two-carriage trains to operate. The driver's cabin was fitted in the early 1930s to six trailer cars which were built in 1928. The windows featured Venetian panels which were able to be drawn out as a shade for passengers. This car has been fitted with seats from double-deck trailer cars and is one of 50 electric carriages built for the Sydney rail network by Leeds Forge Company in Sheffield (Known as the City of Steel), England in 1924. The carriages were shipped to Sydney, then assembled at Eveleigh Railway Workshops and Clyde Engineering. They were the first all-steel carriages in Australia. This car was part of the first electric train fleet to come into passenger service on the 1st March 1926, travelling from Sydney to Oatley as a six-car set, with only the one set operating on the day. This car was still in use during the 1990s.
4052 Interior Close is part of the 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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