Chris Pulham Railway Artist



A contemporary painting using just the shadows of the wheels and axle to create the image.


Acrylics on canvas 18” x 24”


Charles Roberts and Co. Ltd. was established in 1856 in Wakefield.


Acrylic on canvas 12” x 10”



J15 at Weybourne Station on the North Norfolk Railway, set in the Edwardian era when elegance was the word of the day.


Acrylics on canvas 24" x 36".


Prints are available for this painting.

Edwardian Elegance.

Should We Really Be Here?...


A very close up view of a very utilitarian part of a coach.


Acrylics on canvas 18" x 24"

Boys and their Toys.

Prince's Quay in the 1920's, where North British Locomotives are being hoisted onto the docks ready for exporting abroad.


Acrylics on canvas and is 30" x 40".


York Shed in the 1940's. The two lads at the doorway are wondering if it's safe to enter the shed without the foreman seeing what they are up to. The A1, V2 and A4 are too tempting to resist.


Acrylics on canvas 24" x 40".


Prints are available for this painting.

Shed Bunking.

Great Northern Railway J14 (LNERJ52).


Acrylics on canvas 20" x 28".

J52 Quietly Gleaming.

The latter days of the passenger service from Upwell to Wisbech in east Anglia. The service ended on 31 December 1927.


Acrylics on canvas 19" x 15.5"

The Last Autumn - 1927.

Buckeye Coupling.

A view of the former LNER Thompson B1 Harry Hinchliffe looking rather neglected at Wakefield Shed in the 1960's.

­Acrylics on canvas 18" x 24".


Prints are available for this painting.

Charles Roberts - Wakefield


Reflections of a Frosty Morning

Looking through a skew bridge, 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley casts beautiful reflections on the waters of the Kennet and Avon canal.


Acrylics on canvas 24" x 36".


Prints are available for this painting.