Scottish art prints of Steam Trains These Locomotives include
the famous Flying Scotsman, The Mallard and the Sir Nigel Gresley,
by the leading Steam locomotive artists, Ivan Berryman, Chris woods,
Terence Cuneo and Barry Price
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Golden Arrow by Barry Price.
The Golden Arrow passing through Paddock Wood Station circa 1954.
Hudson Class Loco at the Canadian Pacific Railway depot at Revelstoke in British Columbia. It was here in the heart of the Rockies that Steam Locomotives were kept in readiness to help thrust the heavy freight drags up Kicking Horse Pass, through the spiral tunnel and on into Alberta.
Item Code : FTR0026
Steam in the Rockies by Terence Cuneo - Editions Available
LMS no.5593 thunders up the steepest gradient in the country. Terence Cuneo produced this fine painting form photographs taken by Patrick Whitehouse who commisioned the painting. The Lickey Incline lies between Birmingham and Gloucester and is the most famous gradient in England. As such, it posed major operation difficulties during the steam era. The engine in this work is the LMS Jubilee Kolaphur - an engine still in operation on a private line in England today - which Patrick Whitehouse had bought as a wreck and restored at the Tyseley Railway Museum in Birmingham. The Kolaphur was one of the few engines strong enough to pull a passenger train up the infamous Lickey Incline without needing assistance from another engine.
Item Code : FTR0003
The Lickey Incline by Terence Cuneo (Y) - Editions Available
Baldwin at Brecon Mountain Railway by Barry Price.
The Railway Engine No 2 was built by Baldwin of Philadelphia in the USA in 1930. The Locomotive worked for 43 years hauling limestone near Port Elizabeth in South Africa. In 1974 the Baldwin Locomotive was wrecked when it ran away without a driver and the engine was writen off. It was purchased by Brecon Mountain Railway and brought back to the UK. The engine is a 4-6-2 tender locomotive weighing 47 tons. In 1990 work was started on the task of rebuilding the locomotive and it finally entered traffic in 1997. The vintage steam locomotive runs through beautiful scenery into the Brecon Beacons National Park along the full length of the Taf Fechan Reservoir to Dol-y-Gaer, one of the best scenic railways in the UK.
Item Code : NTR0008
Baldwin at Brecon Mountain Railway by Barry Price. - Editions Available
Sleeping Giants/ Mighty Locomotives B16 (B16, V2s and A1s) by Ivan Berryman.
In an era long past. Mighty locomotives, done for the day, sit evocatively amid taut beams of sunshine as their dying fires are raked over and their steam valves opened. All members of a once great and noble family, a B16, two V2s and two A1s share the brooding silence together as if in contemplation of more modern times.
Item Code : B0082
Sleeping Giants/ Mighty Locomotives B16 (B16, V2s and A1s) by Ivan Berryman. - Editions Available