Photographers of every skill level submitted photographs to the panel of judges for inclusion in the calendar contest.
The Bristol Train Station is one of the city’s most photographed landmarks and now some of the best photos are available in a calendar. The Train Station invited photographers of all skill levels to submit photographs of the Train Station to the calendar contest. A committee of judges selected their twelve favorites for the calendar along with one image for the cover. The chosen photos and photographers’ information will also be on display in the Train Station in 2017.
“The idea came to us when we noticed how many amazing photos were shared on the Train Station’s social media pages every week,” says Brittany Sullivan, Manager of the Bristol Train Station.
We wanted to share the work of these talented photographers while showcasing the beauty of a building we are all very proud of.”
The Bristol Train Station is pleased to announce the winning photographers (in no particular order): David Oakley of Springdale, AR; Gordon Hutchinson of Gray, TN; Phyllis Moore of Bristol, VA; Todd Currin of Bristol, TN; Tim Stigers of Muncie, IN; Andrew King of Woodbridge, VA; Jonathan McCoy of Bristol, VA; Chris Morris of Johnson City, TN; Paul Moore of Roanoke, VA; and Jennifer Taylor of Kingsport, TN.
The calendars will be available for purchase at the Bristol Train Station office and at YWCA Bristol at 106 State Street. The calendars are $10 each and proceeds from the calendar sales benefit the historic Bristol Train Station. For more information about the Bristol Train Station Calendar, please contact Brittany Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bristol Train Station is operated through a partnership with YWCA Bristol.