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Support your favourite railway station with face masks

By martin booth, Friday Aug 14, 2020

Art at stations along the route is a much-loved part of the Severn Beach Line.

With face coverings mandatory on public transport, you can now show your support for your favourite station with some of the stations’ murals made into masks.

The masks feature parts of the artwork at Stapleton Road by Bill Guilding, Montpelier by Silent Hobo, Redland by Dave Bain and Zoe Power, or Avonmouth by Rob Wheeler.

All masks are double ply and machine washable, with space for a filter.

They are being sold for £5 by Severnside Community Rail Partnership, with funds raised used to support future projects to benefit communities served by Bristol’s favourite local railway.

Silent Hobo has covered almost every inch of Montpelier station with his art – photo by Martin Booth

And now you can show love for your favourite railway station on your face – photo: Severnside Community Rail Partnership

Main image: Severnside Community Rail Partnership

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