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In Commemoration of the Visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and the 75th Anniversary of the Legislative Building

250 prints

Dr. Hobbs was the first artist ever formally introduced to the Saskatchewan Legislature

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 Introduction to Saskatchewan Legislature



 Beautiful Archival Quality Prints Brandon General Museum and Archives Inc. Fundraiser


Canadian Pacific Railway Station -

Regina, Saskatchewan  1892-1911

 Prints currently available: 

Virden, Rivers, Tilston, Pierson (SOLD OUT), Napinka, Melita, Gainsborough Station, Forty Below Zero (sold out), Carnduff, Souris, Brandon, Ninga, Boissevain, Portland, Kilarney, Minnedosa, Neepawa, Wawanesa Trestle Bridge(a few left), Dauphin, Portage le Prairie, Hartney, Gimli, Ninette, Brandon, Carberry, Deloraine, Waskada, Lyleton, Elgin, Carivale, Cartwright

 Here are some sample prints:


Dellan Mohrbutter of Key "M' Auction sells first print of Wauchope railroad station painted by Dr. William Hobbs for 1800.00 Dellan Mohrbutter of Key "M' Auction sells first print of Wauchope railroad station painted by Dr. William Hobbs for 1800.00 dollars at annual Health Foundation Fundraiser Oct 18-2008.Buyer was long time resident and prominent business man Emil Dangstrop.This is the second year running that a Dr .Hobbs print has topped this Fundraiser.  October 20, 2008


Carnduff, Sask.


Ninga, Manitoba

$60 to $80 

Please inquire about others at 541-343-6788

This is Union Station in Portland, Oregon.  

     The Union Station print is available signed and numbered for $60.00 (Canadian) including postage and handling. It is 18X24.    

      A portion of the proceeds benefits Canadian Railway Station Restoration.  

     For all the prints, printing is done by Weyber Printing in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada on the finest museum-quality (acid-free archival) paper using colour-separation, photo lithography, not a photocopier. 

     Hobbs  hoped to share his love of Canada and trains with everyone. He painted for the memories of the beautiful architecture of those beautiful train stations that once served as outposts for the traveler. A sign of Canadians triumphing over the prairies. Those beautiful skies and storms that only someone who knows what its like to live through a white out and to enjoy a beautiful lake in the summer. To capture the light of the prairie skies kept Hobbs painting.

Hobbs prints are loved by many!

Station Restoration Projects:

Get on board Canada's First "GREEN" Heritage Train Station Restoration Project!

Box 952, Rivers Manitoba   ROK 1X0

Town of Rivers Restoration Project


Hi Dr. Hobbs,
It was a great pleasure working with you as we prepared the
print from your lovely painting, "The Peanut leaving Reston
Station".  We have the painting hanging at our business,
Reston Drugs, and we see many people stop and admire it.
The prints were ready for Christmas, and sales were brisk!
We do have some prints left, so if anyone would like a copy,
please contact us at

Best regards,
Nancy Schiltroth


Link to prints for sale in Pierson, Manitoba:



Souris Station is available at the Hillcrest Museum (18X24) proceeds go towards painting Hillcrest's exterior woodwork.  $50. each print.  SOLD OUT.


The Beautiful Plains Museum in Neepawa

A fundraising project is the sale of prints of paintings done by Dr. William Hobbs of Boissevain. He has painted several train stations, including Neepawa CN station circa 1920. Prints are available for $50. The original is currently on display in the window of Harris Pharmacy. For more information call Alan at (204) 476-2723 (204) 476-2723 or Don at (204) 476-5131 (204) 476-5131.

 Sample of Framed Print:

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Framed Print of Lyleton

Unframed print is $60.