5 colour litho print on 120gsm uncoated art paper
H60 x W80cm
Designed by Philip Hardwick and completed in 1838, Euston Arch stood 70ft tall and was built as the original entrance to Euston Station. It soon fell out of favour and was controversially demolished in the 1960s despite numerous attempts to relocate it. Following the discovery of the Arch’s remains in the Prescott Channel and the recent activity of Euston Arch Trust, it is speculated that it will be rebuilt as part of the HS2 development of Euston.
A new addition to our Lost Destination series of prints which take inspiration from the iconic travel posters of the first half of the 20th century, celebrating the unique but often forgotten beauty of buildings that in their heyday were destinations in their own right but have since been either immersed in the everyday or demolished.
Euston Arch and Birmingham New Street Signal Box are two new EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS for London Transport Museum.