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Last Update: 1st November 2017

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Themed Multi-image Prints 1st November 2017

Two new multi-image prints have been produced. These are slightly different from the previous ones as they are themed rather than portraying locomotives from the same class.

The first shows some of the LNER speed record holders and the second has a selection of locomotives that hauled The Golden Arrow after the Second World War.

The prints can be ordered signed or unsigned.

Gresley Record Breakers. 100mph – A1 Class No. 4472 Flying Scotsman (30th November 1934), 112mph – A4 Class No. 2509 Silver Link (29th September 1935), 126mph – A4 Class No. 4468 Mallard (3rd July 1938) (H.N. Gresley) Steam Locomotive Print

Gresley Record Breakers
100 mph – A1 Class No. 4472 Flying Scotsman (30th November 1934)
112 mph – A4 Class No. 2509 Silver Link (29th September 1935)
126 mph – A4 Class No. 4468 Mallard (3rd July 1938)

The Golden Arrow. No. 21C1 Channel Packet (1946), No. 70004 William Shakespeare (1953), No. 34092 City of Wells (1957) (O.V.S. Bulleid & R.A. Riddles) Steam Locomotive Print

The Golden Arrow
No. 21C1 Channel Packet – 1946
No. 70004 William Shakespeare – 1953
No. 34092 City of Wells – 1957

A detailed description of each locomotive illustrated can be found on the print's page.

GWR Castle Class No. 7029 Clun Castle26th October 2017

The Limited Edition print of GWR Castle Class No. 7029 Clun Castle, is now available.

7029 Clun Castle

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Mounts for the Multi-image Prints 8th August 2017

The signed Multi-image prints can now be ordered with a mount which fits a standard 20 in x 16 in frame. This option can only be sent to a UK address.

The print is supplied with a Daler Dawn Grey mount attached to a backing board in a protective acetate bag. Further details here.

Please note that because of the extra cost of the packing and postage required to send a print with a mount it may be cheaper if you can find a local framer who will cut a mount for you – you could also choose a different colour if you wish!

GWR Castle Class Multi-image Prints 2nd August 2017

Another three multi-image prints have been released. These cover various members of the Great Western Castle class, including one print which shows the members of the class named after Great Western engineers.

The prints can be ordered signed or unsigned.

GWR Castle Class – The Early Years. No. 4073 Caerphilly Castle (1923), No. 5000 Launceston Castle (1926), No. 5015 Kingswear Castle (1932) (C. B. Collett) Steam Locomotive Print

GWR Castle Class – The Early Years
No. 4073 Caerphilly Castle – 1923
No. 5000 Launceston Castle – 1926
No. 5000 Launceston Castle – 1926

GWR Castle Class – The Engineers. No. 5069 Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1938), No. 5070 Sir Daniel Gooch (1946), No. 7017 G. J. Churchward (1955) (C. B. Collett / F. W. Hawksworth) Steam Locomotive Print

GWR Castle Class – The Engineers
No. 5069 Isambard Kingdom Brunel – 1938
No. 5070 Sir Daniel Gooch – 1946
No. 7017 G. J. Churchward – 1955

GWR Castle Class – Final Flourish. No. 7007 Great Western (1948), No. 7037 Swindon (1950), No. 7018 Drysllwyn Castle (1958) (C. B. Collett / F. W. Hawksworth) Steam Locomotive Print

GWR Castle Class – Final Flourish
No. 7007 Great Western – 1948
No. 7037 Swindon – 1950
No. 7018 Drysllwyn Castle – 1958

As usual a detailed description of each locomotive illustrated can be found on the print's page.

SR/BR Merchant Navy Multi-image Prints 9tht May 2017

Three new multi-image prints have been released covering the Southern Merchant Navy Class, including the BR rebuilds.

The prints can be ordered signed.

SR 4-6-2 Merchant Navy Class – The Forties (40s). No. 21C1 Channel Packet (1941), No. 21C14 Nederland Line (1946), No. 35023 Holland-Africa Line (1949) (O. V. S. Bulleid) Steam Locomotive Print

SR 4-6-2 Merchant Navy Class – The Forties
No. 21C1 Channel Packet – 1941
No. 21C14 Nederland Line – 1946
No. 35023 Holland-Africa Line – 1949

SR 4-6-2 Merchant Navy Class – The Fifties (50s). No. 35004 Cunard White Star (1951), No. 35012 United States Lines (1952), No. 35028 Clan Line (1958) (O. V. S. Bulleid) Steam Locomotive Print

SR 4-6-2 Merchant Navy Class – The Fifties
No. 35004 Cunard White Star – 1951
No. 35012 United States Lines – 1952
No. 35028 Clan Line – 1958

SR/BR 4-6-2 Merchant Navy Class – Rebuilt. No. 35018 British India Line (1956), No. 35006 Peninsular & Oriental S. N. Co. (1962), No. 35030 Elder-Dempster Lines (1967) (O. V. S. Bulleid/R. G. Jarvis) Steam Locomotive Print

SR/BR 4-6-2 Merchant Navy Class – Rebuilt
No. 35018 British India Line – 1956
No. 35006 Peninsular & Oriental S. N. Co. – 1962
No. 35030 Elder-Dempster Lines – 1967

A detailed description of each locomotive illustrated can be found on the print's page.

GNR A1 No. 1470 Great Northern20th April 2017

The Limited Edition print of GNR No. 1470 Great Northern in GNR Green is now available.

1470 Great Northern - 1922

Further details available here.

GWR Castle Class No. 7029 Clun Castle15th March 2017

The illustration of Clun Castle in the condition hauled the last steam-hauled scheduled train out of Paddington, the 16.15 train to Banbury, on June 11th 1965, has been completed. No. 70029 had been fitted with a double chimney and four row superheater in 1959.

A Limited Edition print, with a run of 250 signed and numbered copies, will be made available this autumn, with the first (1/250) being allocated, as usual, by a draw. To be entered into the draw you will need to have made an advance purchase in the three weeks before publication.

If you would like to be contacted when advance orders are being taken let me know via the GWR Castle form.

7029 Clun Castle

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