Instant Views [o.] Boys and Trains, 1900s-1960s

William Vanderson, Pupils of the Jews Free Boys School in Bishopsgate, London, working on a model railway made in their wood and metalwork classes in the school playground, 1938
A young boy playing with his train set, 1950s
Boy playing with a train set, 1930
Boy playing with train set, 1900s
William Gedney, Boy playing with train set. St. Josephs School for the Deaf, 1960
Germaine Krull, Boy playing with a model train, 1928

“If we see a light at the end of the tunnel, it’s the light of an oncoming train.”

Robert Lowell, Day by Day, 1977


1 thought on “Instant Views [o.] Boys and Trains, 1900s-1960s

  1. The train is a small world moving through a larger world.

    Elisha Cooper / Train / 2013


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