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Palmerston Railway Station and Yards circa 1895 is part of the “Disappearing Darwin Series” – celebrating the heritage of the city of Darwin and its environs. The scene depicts horses and buggies picking up and dropping off passengers on the Palmerston to Pine Creek railway which connected Port Darwin with the Pine Creek Gold Fields. The passengers platform is in the foreground. In the middle distance are the railway workshops. To the left is Stokes Hill and to the right Fort Hill. The first locomotive to use the railway was the Port Darwin, christened in early 1895. The location of the Palmerston Station in today’s Darwin would lie between Tiger Brennan Drive, McMinn Street east and Frances Bay Drive.

This Painting is framed under glass, please note the styled photo is not the same as the frame however similar.

The painting is painted on specially prepared board with Artist quality Windsor and Newton oils.

This painting would interest a Collector interested in the history of the Northern Territory. The Series is still in tact.
Interest in obtaining whole series please contact Artloversaustralia.
The series includes:
1 Port Darwin 1887 – Northern Territory – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
2 Palmerston Railway Station c. 1887 Disappearing Darwin Series – Heritage Landscape
3 Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
4 The Sue Wah Chin Building – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
5 Iron Ore Wharf‚ Port Darwin – Northern Territory/ Heritage Seascape – Disappearing Darwin Series, this painting is currently being retouched.

Limited edition prints of the Series are also available for sale.

Palmerston Railway Station and Yards

Kit McNeill

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Size: 125w x 55h x 2d cms
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Palmerston Railway Station and Yards circa 1895 is part of the “Disappearing Darwin Series” – celebrating the heritage of the city of Darwin and its environs. The scene depicts horses and buggies picking up and dropping off passengers on the Palmerston to Pine Creek railway which connected Port Darwin with the Pine Creek Gold Fields. The passengers platform is in the foreground. In the middle distance are the railway workshops. To the left is Stokes Hill and to the right Fort Hill. The first locomotive to use the railway was the Port Darwin, christened in early 1895. The location of the Palmerston Station in today’s Darwin would lie between Tiger Brennan Drive, McMinn Street east and Frances Bay Drive.

This Painting is framed under glass, please note the styled photo is not the same as the frame however similar.

The painting is painted on specially prepared board with Artist quality Windsor and Newton oils.

This painting would interest a Collector interested in the history of the Northern Territory. The Series is still in tact.
Interest in obtaining whole series please contact Artloversaustralia.
The series includes:
1 Port Darwin 1887 – Northern Territory – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
2 Palmerston Railway Station c. 1887 Disappearing Darwin Series – Heritage Landscape
3 Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
4 The Sue Wah Chin Building – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
5 Iron Ore Wharf‚ Port Darwin – Northern Territory/ Heritage Seascape – Disappearing Darwin Series, this painting is currently being retouched.

Limited edition prints of the Series are also available for sale.

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