Art in the Age of Steam: Europe, America and the Railway, 1830-1960

Comment Card

Over the past 150 years, artists have captured the excitement, anxiety and drama of steam train journeys.

We want to know about your journeys and thoughts for the future of transportation.

During the run of Art in the Age of Steam, we are collecting your stories, comments and thoughts on the following topics:

  1. Share a memorable journey from your past.
  2. What does the future hold for transportation? What forms of transportation might be the subject of an art exhibition 100 years from now?
  3. Share your thoughts on the exhibition Art in the Age of Steam.

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Here are some of the comments from visitors to the exhibition:

"Coming home from boot camp in a terrible blizzard and being picked up by my father. [It was a] great relief to see him and my family."

"I wasn't too interested in this theme until I came in. My father was captivated by trains. So glad I took the time to go through this wonderful exhibit."

This is the best show ever!

We want to know about your journeys and thoughts for the future of transportation.

During the run of Art in the Age of Steam, we are collecting your stories, comments and thoughts on the following topics:

  1. Share a memorable journey from your past.
  2. What does the future hold for transportation? What forms of transportation might be the subject of an art exhibition 100 years from now?
  3. Share your thoughts on the exhibition Art in the Age of Steam.

Comment here.

 

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