A photography exhibition at the Severn Valley Railway features the work of Jack Boskett

A new photography exhibition aimed at showcasing the work of renowned photographer, Jack Boskett, opens at the Severn Valley Railway today, April 2, 2022.

From Railways to Royalty is an exhibition of 75 photos by Jack and is based at Engine House in Highley.

The exhibition, which recounts Jack’s career behind the lens for 12 years, is accessible free of charge.

Each photograph has a story to tell, Jack not only photographing trains, but also Prime Ministers, Secretaries of State and the Royal Family!

The photography exhibition will be open until autumn and is an additional attraction for the SVR Jubilee weekend in June.

7903 “Foremarke Hall” with test train at Broadway station // Credit Jack Boskett

Jack Boskett told RailAdvent: “I am delighted to announce my latest photography exhibition ‘From Railways to Royalty’ at the Severn Valley Railway which opens on April 2. It will tell the story of my 12 years behind the lens with some significant moments; including times when I photographed members of the royal family as the only photographer, to setting up my own photographs on the railway scene with my latest project ‘Horsepower’, where a merchant marine runs a 19 year old Cob horse in the Cotswolds. ”

Tracey L. Sweeney