Train arrival indicator at the London & North Western Railway's Euston station, London, about The board told passengers on which platform the trains were arriving or departing, and whether they were on time or not
One of New York Central’s two class Pacifics (Nos. 4915 and that the road streamlined in 1936 for the Chicago–Detroit Mercury appears to have the train well in hand. Famed industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss created the “upside-down bathtub” styling.
Paddington station, circa The mainline station, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was built with private funds and owned by the Great Western Railway. It included a hotel, the Great Western Royal (now the Hilton London Paddington).