Pauline Hazelwood

Pauline Hazelwood grew up in Devon, and after leaving art college in London, from 1984 worked as an illustrator in publishing, editorial, and design. She later started working in oils and watercolour for private commissions and paintings. As well as illustrating childrens' books, she has exhibited work at the National Portrait Gallery and Mall Gallery.
Working both on location and in the studio, Pauline enjoys painting geometric structures and perspective in the railway scenes as well as rich colours, beautiful landscapes and people. Coming from an engineering family she has always been fascinated by large structures and great feats of engineering.
She currently hosts private art classes for both adults and children, and also runs painting holidays too.

Arrival From Stranraer

Painted from a 1965 photo taken by Derek Cross at Ayr station of two Black 5s, Nos 44726 and 44925 with the Stranraer - Glasgow mail and parcels service.
The Station Hotel in the background is now sadly in a bad state of repair and due to be demolished.

Harringworth Viaduct

British Railways Standard Class 7 Britannia pacific No.70013 'Oliver Cromwell' crosses Harringworth Viaduct.
The viaduct crosses the valley of the River Welland between Harringworth in Northamptonshire and Seaton in Rutland.

The Fireman

On a British Railways Standard Class 4 loco.
This was painted from a photo I took during my first footplate ride... I felt like Lauren Bacall in North West Frontier!

Alice at Llanberis

I enjoyed painting this lovely shiny red Welsh Quarry Hunslet in a beautiful setting in Wales.
Commissioned by Julian Birley for the Bala Lake Railway.