The Southwold Railway The Southwold Railway The Southwold Railway
The Southwold Railway

The Southwold Railway

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in Oil by Ian Garstka No Artist Reviews
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Southwold is a beautiful little Suffolk seaside town that still retains its charm and character. Not many people know that between 1879 to 1926 there was a narrow gauge railway that ran between the town and Halesworth
I have always intended to do a painting of this subject for some time and after much research I decided to depict local Southwold men of the Suffolk regiment returning to the frontline after home leave in 1916. I can't help thinking that this well might have been a reality.
Any trace of the line is long gone although on the edge of the town, once in open country it has now all been built over.

W 23.98" x H 20.00"
W 60.90 cm x H 50.80 cm
Oil
Oil on canvas
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About the Artist

Ian started painting eight years ago. For many years, together with his wife he ran a successful graphic design practice in Norwich, Norfolk before the desire to paint became so strong that he had to 'bite the bullet' and gamble on a future at the easel. He spent two years painting in Port Issa...

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