Guild of Railway Artists

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The Guild of Railway Artists (GRA) is a British-based art guild whose members are painters of railway subjects.

Membership can be applied for by submitting examples of one's work. "Friends" of the Guild are supporters of the guild who are not necessarily accomplished railway artists themselves. The Patrons of the Guild are Sir William McAlpine, 6th Baronet and Pete Waterman.

The Guild has approximately 150 members and exhibitions are held annually.[1]


Fellowship is conferred by the governing council. There have only been five fellows (who are entitled to use the post-nominals FGRA)


  1. ^ "The Gallery - The Guild of Railway Artists", Yorkshire Life, 3 October 2013.

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