South London Prints Crystal Palace Subway Art Poster Print White Frame

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5
Reviewed by Hannah Gravett
1 year 12 months ago
A fantastic print of a hidden gem in South London - a perfect gift.
5
Reviewed by David
1 year 11 months ago
Geometric structure and Victorian brick pattern looks great on this print. A contemporary image of original Crystal Palace architecture still standing today.
5
Reviewed by James Allison
1 year 11 months ago
This is the 8th Giclée print that I've purchased and it's probably my favourite (I bought the matching tea towel!) The quality of the printing is great and the white frame (available as an extra) are great value - a much better finish than I was expecting. Thinking about getting an extension to buy a few more of these!

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Reviewed by Matthew eagle
1 year 7 months ago
Terrific friendly service, really helpful and sold me an additional frame!
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Reviewed by Geoff
1 year 12 months ago
Excellent
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Reviewed by Fiona
8 months 1 day ago
I ordered the evening before and collected from the studio the following day, all waiting and ready to go.

Crystal Palace Subway

Limited Edition Giclée Art Print
£55.00
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Standard Delivery3-4 Working Days
Express Delivery1-2 Working Days
International Delivery
Description

The Crystal Palace Subway is a hidden Victorian gem of a space, found beneath a busy road in Crystal Palace. It was once part of the route between the now demolished Crystal Palace High Level Station and the Palace itself. The subway is one of the few relics of that time that remain. Unfortunately only occasionally accessible to the public, the Subway has to be one of the most interesting spaces in South London.

This limited edition illustration by South London Prints features an internal view of the Crystal Palace Subway. The scene is depicted using a limited colour palette, creating a strikingly simple image that characterises the structure's architecture.

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