Locomotive Prints

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  • World Speed Record 75th Anniversary - 2013

    Name

    World Speed Record 75th Anniversary - 2013

    Description

    The print features the 6 surviving A4s that gathered at York in July 2013 to mark the 75th Anniversary of 'Mallard's unbeaten record as the fastest steam locomotive in the world.  The other A4s featured are; 60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley', 60009 'Union of South Africa', 4489 'Dominion of Canada', 60008 'Dwight D Eisenhower' and 4464 'Bittern'.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • ECML Evolution of Speed - Mallard

    Name

    ECML Evolution of Speed - Mallard

    Description

    This print marks 100 years of high speed running on the East Coast Main Line between London and Edinburgh.  It depicts the Stirling 'Single', a Gresley A4 steam locomotive (No. 4468 Mallard), a Class 55 'Deltic' diesel (No. D9009 Alycidon), a Class 43 diesel power car (HST 125) and a Class 91 locomotive (No. 91 107 Skyfall).  Main Image: Gresley A4 No. 4468 Mallard.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • ECML Evolution of Speed - Deltic

    Name

    ECML Evolution of Speed - Deltic

    Description

    This print marks 100 years of high speed running on the East Coast Main Line between London and Edinburgh.  It depicts the Stirling 'Single', a Gresley A4 steam locomotive (No. 4468 Mallard), a Class 55 'Deltic' diesel (No. D9009 Alycidon), a Class 43 diesel power car (HST 125) and a Class 91 locomotive (No. 91 107 Skyfall).  Main Image: D9009 'Alycidon'

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • ECML Evolution of Speed - Class 91

    Name

    ECML Evolution of Speed - Class 91

    Description

    This print marks 100 years of high speed running on the East Coast Main Line between London and Edinburgh.  It depicts the Stirling 'Single', a Gresley A4 steam locomotive (No. 4468 Mallard), a Class 55 'Deltic' diesel (No. D9009 Alycidon), a Class 43 diesel power car (HST 125) and a Class 91 locomotive (No. 91 107 Skyfall).  Main Image: Class 91 (circa 2013).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • Great Western Kings and Castles Great Western Kings and Castles Great Western Kings and Castles

    Name

    Great Western Kings and Castles

    Description

    This print features the Great Western Railway's primary express steam locomotives - the King and Castle classes. The main image shows Castle Class No. 7007 'Great Western'. The smaller images show the single and double chimney versions of the two classes.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • Bulleid Light Pacifics

    Name

    Bulleid Light Pacifics

    Description

    This print features the main designs and classes of the Bulleid Light Pacific locomotives.  The primary image shows No. 34046 Braunton with No.s 34023 Blackmore Vale, 34007 Wadebridge and 34053 Sir Keith Park illustrated above.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

    Mugs also available

  • Bulleid Light Pacifics 2

    Name

    Bulleid Light Pacifics 2

    Description

    This print features the main designs and classes of the Bulleid Light Pacific locomotives.  The primary image shows No. 34081 92 Squadron with No.s 34023 Blackmore Vale, 34007 Wadebridge and 34053 Sir Keith Park illustrated above.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

    Version 2 of this print.

  • Princess Coronation Class

    Name

    Princess Coronation Class

    Description

    This print features the Sir William Stanier's magnificent Princess Coronation Class locomotives in both their striking early streamlined form and later unstreamlined form.  The main image shows the penultimate locomotive in the class - No. 46256 which was named after their designer.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • Deltic Evolution

    Name

    Deltic Evolution

    Description

    Print showing the evolution of the Class 55 'Deltic' locomotives with the English Electric Prototype 'Deltic', D9009 'Alycidon' in 1960s livery and 55 015 'Tulyar' in late 1970s livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • HST Evolution

    Name

    HST Evolution

    Description

    This print depicts the evolution of Britain's first high speed train - the 'Inter City 125'.  It shows the prototype HST power car (Class 41), and power cars in the original 'Inter City' livery and private franchise 'GNER' livery.  The main image shows the latest version of the Class 43 power car in Virgin (East Coast) livery as introduced in 2015.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • Diesel World Speed Record 30th Anniversary

    Name

    Diesel World Speed Record 30th Anniversary

    Description

    This print marks the 30th Anniversary of the Diesel World Speed Record. It was set by two Class 43 power cars (No.s 43102 and 43158) with an HST set on 1st November 1987 when a speed of 148.5 MPH was attained.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • HST 40th Anniversary

    Name

    HST 40th Anniversary

    Description

    This print commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the High Speed Train.  It shows one of the first production HST power cars, Class 43 No. 43002, that was repainted in original Inter City 125 livery and named after its designer 'Sir Kenneth Grange' on 2nd May 2016. The smaller images show the franchise 'GNER' livery and Virgin (East Coast) liveries as well as the original livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • HST 40th Anniversary Vers 2

    Name

    HST 40th Anniversary Vers 2

    Description

    This is version 2 of the print that commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the High Speed Train.  It shows GWR HST power car, No. 43185, that received retro Inter City Swallow livery in 2016. The smaller images show the franchise 'GNER' livery and Virgin (East Coast) liveries as well as the original livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • ScotRail Class 43 HSTs

    Name

    ScotRail Class 43 HSTs

    Description

    Artwork of the attractive new ScotRail livery being applied to former First Great Western Class 43 HST power cars. Each side shows a different Scottish collage.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • Class 40 60th Anniversary

    Name

    Class 40 60th Anniversary

    Description

    This commemorative print celebrates the 60th Anniversary of the English Electric Class 40s (introduced in 1958).  Six preserved members of the class are shown and the main image shows 40012 'Aureol'. (Note that the identity of the main image can be changed upon request for a small additional fee).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • Class 40 60th Anniversary Vers 2

    Name

    Class 40 60th Anniversary Vers 2

    Description

    This is Version 2 of the commemorative print that celebrates the 60th Anniversary of the English Electric Class 40s (introduced in 1958).  Six preserved members of the class are shown and the main image shows D213 Andania (Note that the identity of the main image can be changed upon request for a small additional fee).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • Class 50 50th Anniversary

    Name

    Class 50 50th Anniversary

    Description

    This is a commemorative print that celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the English Electric Class 50s (introduced in 1967).  All the major liveries that were worn by the class in service are shown and the main image shows 50033 'Glorious'. (Note that the identity of the main image can be changed upon request for a small additional fee).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • Class 52 Westerns Class 52 Westerns

    Name

    Class 52 Westerns

    Description

    This print portrays the various colourful liveries that were carried by the BR Class 52 'Westerns' during their short operational careers (1961 - 1977). The main image shows D1040 'Western Queen' in maroon livery.  (Note that the identity of the main image can be changed upon request for a small additional fee).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 123

    Name

    123

    Description

    This print portrays the graceful Caledonian Railway 'Single' No. 123 which was built in 1886.  The image shows the locomotive as preserved at the Glasgow Museum of Transport.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 16 Brunel

    Name

    16 Brunel

    Description

    This print depicts the elegant GWR 'Armstrong' Class No. 16 'Brunel' built in 1894.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 3009 'Flying Dutchman'

    Name

    3009 'Flying Dutchman'

    Description

    This print shows the elegant GWR 3001 Class No. 3009 'Flying Dutchman' built in 1892.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 3440 'City of Truro'

    Name

    3440 'City of Truro'

    Description

    GWR 'City' Class No. 3440 'City of Truro' built in 1903 and the first steam locomotive to record a speed of 100 MPH (now preserved).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 3850

    Name

    3850

    Description

    GWR 2884 Class 'Heavy Freight' locomotive No. 3850 in BR Black livery as preserved on the West Somerset Railway circa 2010.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 4507

    Name

    4507

    Description

    GWR 4500 Class No. 4507 built in 1906 in late BR livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 5051 Earl Bathurst 5051 Earl Bathurst

    Name

    5051 Earl Bathurst

    Description

    GWR 'Castle' Class No. 5051 'Earl Bathurst' as preserved by the Great Western Society, Didcot with 4000 gallon 'Hawksworth' tender in early British Railways livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 1014 County of Glamorgan

    Name

    1014 County of Glamorgan

    Description

    GWR 'County' Class No. 1014 'County of Glamorgan' in BR livery circa 1962 (as being being built by the Great Western Society).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 7007 Great Western

    Name

    7007 Great Western

    Description

    This print features GWR Castle Class No. 7007 'Great Western'.  The last GWR express passenger locomotive to be built at Swindon in 1946.  It was arguably the finest and most handsome of GWR steam locomotive designs with it's graceful lines, single chimney and 'Collett' 4000 gallon tender.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 7029 Clun Castle

    Name

    7029 Clun Castle

    Description

    GWR 'Castle' Class No. 7029 'Clun Castle' as preserved with double chimney and Collett 4000 gallon tender in late British Railways livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 6000 King George V

    Name

    6000 King George V

    Description

    GWR 'King' Class locomotive No. 6000 'King George V' in BR Green livery as preserved in Swindon museum.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 6023 King Edward II

    Name

    6023 King Edward II

    Description

    GWR 'King' Class locomotive No. 6023 'King Edward II' in BR Blue livery as preserved circa 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 850 Lord Nelson

    Name

    850 Lord Nelson

    Description

    Southern Railways 'Lord Nelson' class 4-6-0 locomotive No. 850 Lord Nelson - the pioneer of the class that was introduced by Maunsell in 1926 and the only member of the class to be preserved.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 34027 Taw Valley

    Name

    34027 Taw Valley

    Description

    Bulleid 'West Country' Class Pacific No. 34027 'Taw Valley' as preserved on the Severn Valley Railway circa 2016.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 34046 Braunton

    Name

    34046 Braunton

    Description

    Bulleid 'West Country' Class locomotive No. 34046 'Braunton' as preserved on the West Somerset Railway circa 2011.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 34053 Sir Keith Park

    Name

    34053 Sir Keith Park

    Description

    Bullied 'Battle of Britain' Class locomotive No. 34053 'Sir Keith Park' as preserved on the Severn Valley Railway circa 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 34057 Biggin Hill

    Name

    34057 Biggin Hill

    Description

    Unmodified 'Battle of Britain' class pacific No. 34057 'Biggin Hill' in early BR livery (circa 1951) and original high-sided tender.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 34059 Sir Archibald Sinclair

    Name

    34059 Sir Archibald Sinclair

    Description

    Bullied 'Battle of Britain' Class locomotive No. 34059 'Sir Archibald Sinclair' as preserved on the Bluebell Railway circa 2010.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 34067 Tangmere

    Name

    34067 Tangmere

    Description

    Bulleid 'Battle of Britain' Class locomotive No. 34067 'Tangmere' as preserved circa 2013.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 34081 92 Squadron

    Name

    34081 92 Squadron

    Description

    Bulleid Battle of Britain Class No. 34081 92 Squadron as preserved in 2017 wearing its original Southern malachite green 'sunshine' livery and British Railways branding.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 35011 General Steam Navigation

    Name

    35011 General Steam Navigation

    Description

    Bulleid Merchant Navy Class locomotive No. 35011 'General Steam Navigation' in unrebuilt form wearing BR livery circa 1966.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • 35011 General Steam Navigation

    Name

    35011 General Steam Navigation

    Description

    Bulleid Merchant Navy Class locomotive No. 35011 'General Steam Navigation' in unrebuilt form wearing BR livery circa 1960.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 44806

    Name

    44806

    Description

    Stanier 'Black 5' No. 44806 in BR Black livery as preserved circa 2011.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 5305

    Name

    5305

    Description

    Stanier 'Black 5' 5305 in early LMS black livery. The locomotive was built in 1936 and is now owned and operated by the 5305 Locomotive Association.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 45428 Eric Treacy

    Name

    45428 Eric Treacy

    Description

    Stanier 'Black 5' 45428 'Eric Treacy'. Built in 1937 and named in preservation after the famous railway photographer and Bishop of Wakefield. Illustrated as running on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway 2015.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 6201 Princess Elizabeth

    Name

    6201 Princess Elizabeth

    Description

    LMS Princess Royal Class Pacific No. 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' in LMS crimson lake livery as preserved circa 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 46202 Princess Anne

    Name

    46202 Princess Anne

    Description

    This locomotive was originally built as an experimental 'turbomotive' with turbines instead of cylinders. It was unsuccessful in this form and was rebuilt as a conventional locomotive in 1952. However, 2 months after re-entering service it was destroyed in a collision between 3 trains at Harrow and Wealdstone.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 46203 Princess Margaret Rose

    Name

    46203 Princess Margaret Rose

    Description

    LMS Princess Royal Class Pacific No. 46203 'Princess Margaret Rose' as preserved in BR crimson lake livery circa 1995.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 6220 Coronation

    Name

    6220 Coronation

    Description

    LMS 'Princess Coronation' Class pacific No. 6220 'Coronation' in streamline form as built in 1937.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 6229 'Duchess of Hamilton'

    Name

    6229 'Duchess of Hamilton'

    Description

    LMS 'Coronation' Class pacific No. 6229 'Duchess of Hamilton' in streamline form as preserved at The National Railway Museum, York.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 6233 Duchess of Sutherland

    Name

    6233 Duchess of Sutherland

    Description

    Preserved Princess Coronation Class locomotive No. 6233 'Duchess of Sutherland' in LMS maroon livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 46256 Sir William Stanier, F.R.S.

    Name

    46256 Sir William Stanier, F.R.S.

    Description

    This locomotive was the penultimate of the 38 Princess Pacific Class locomotives built. It incorporated modifications by Sir William Stanier's successor - George Ivatt but was named in honour of its original designer.  The locomotive was built in 1947 and was the last of its class to be withdrawn from service in 1964.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 6399

    Name

    6399

    Description

    LMS Folwer No. 6399 was an experimental express passenger locomotive that was built in 1929. It used high pressure steam in the hope of saving fuel but this proved to be unsuccessful.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 2509 Silver Link

    Name

    2509 Silver Link

    Description

    Gresley A4 Pacific 2509 'Silver Link'. The first of four A4s built in 1935 and painted in a striking 3-tone grey livery to haul the prestigious 'Coronation' expresses between London and Edinburgh.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 2512 Silver Fox

    Name

    2512 Silver Fox

    Description

    Gresley A4 Pacific 2512 'Silver Fox'. One of four A4s built in 1935 and painted in a striking 3-tone grey livery to haul the prestigious 'Coronation' expresses between London and Edinburgh.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 4468 Mallard

    Name

    4468 Mallard

    Description

    World Speed Record holder Gresley A4 Class pacific No. 4468 'Mallard' in LNER livery as preserved in the National Railway Museum, York.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley

    Name

    60007 Sir Nigel Gresley

    Description

    Gresley Class A4 pacific No.60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley' as preserved 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 60009 Union of South Africa

    Name

    60009 Union of South Africa

    Description

    Gresley Class A4 pacific No.60009 'Union of South Africa' as preserved 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 60103 Flying Scotsman

    Name

    60103 Flying Scotsman

    Description

    Probably the world's most famous steam locomotive - 'Flying Scotsman'.  This print shows the locomotive in preserved condition with 'German' smoke deflectors and BR livery as No. 60103 - as it looked upon re-entering service in 2016.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 60106 Flying Fox

    Name

    60106 Flying Fox

    Description

    Gresley A3 Pacific 60106 'Flying Fox' in its final form with 'German' smoke deflectors and GNR tender.  British Railways livery circa 1963.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 60163 Tornado (Apple Green)

    Name

    60163 Tornado (Apple Green)

    Description

    'New build' Peppercorn pacific No. 60163 'Tornado' in apple green livery as worn by the locomotive between 2008-2010 and from 2015 onwards.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 60163 Tornado (BR Green)

    Name

    60163 Tornado (BR Green)

    Description

    The new build Peppercorn Class A1 pacific No. 60163 'Tornado' in BR green livery as worn by the locomotive in 2011 and 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 60532 Blue Peter

    Name

    60532 Blue Peter

    Description

    Peppercorn Class A2 Pacific No. 60532 Blue Peter in 1960s British Railways livery as preserved circa 1992.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 62005 Lord of the Isles 62005 Lord of the Isles

    Name

    62005 Lord of the Isles

    Description

    Peppercorn Class K1 No. 62005 'Lord of the Isles' in BR black livery. The locomotive was built in 1949 and is now a frequent performer on Scotland's West Highland Line.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 2001 'Cock O'The North'

    Name

    2001 'Cock O'The North'

    Description

    Gresley 'P2' Class 4-8-2 locomotive No. 2001 'Cock O'The North' as built for the LNER in 1934.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 3442 The Great Marquess

    Name

    3442 The Great Marquess

    Description

    LNER Class K4 No. 3442 The Great Marquess built in 1937 and now preserved.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 8572

    Name

    8572

    Description

    Holden (LNER) Class B12 as preserved on the North Norfolk Railway circa 2013.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 8783 Phoenix

    Name

    8783 Phoenix

    Description

    LNER Class D16/2 'Claud Hamilton' Class No. 8783 Phoenix. This locomotive is the subject of a new bulid project by the Claud Hamilton Locomotive Group.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 70000 Britannia

    Name

    70000 Britannia

    Description

    BR 'Britannia' Class pacific No.70000 'Britannia' in 1950s livery (red nameplates) and as preserved circa 2013.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 70013 Oliver Cromwell

    Name

    70013 Oliver Cromwell

    Description

    BR 'Britannia' Class pacific No.70013 'Oliver Cromwell' in 1960s livery (black nameplates) and as preserved circa 2013.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 73050 City of Peterborough

    Name

    73050 City of Peterborough

    Description

    British Railways Standard Class 5 No. 73050 'City of Peterborough' as preserved on the Nene Valley Railway in 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms.

    Notes

  • 76084

    Name

    76084

    Description

    BR Standard Class 4 2-6-0 locomotive built in 1957 in BR black livery. The engine is owned and operated by the 76084 Locomotive Company Limited.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 92220 Evening Star

    Name

    92220 Evening Star

    Description

    BR Class 9F No. 92220 'Evening Star' - the last steam locomotive built for British Railways in March 1960.  As preserved at the National Railway Museum.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 37025 Inveness TMD

    Name

    37025 Inveness TMD

    Description

    English Electric Type 3 / BR Class 37 No. 37025 'Inverness TMD' in BR Large Logo livery circa 2017.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 37401 Mary Queen of Scots 37401 Mary Queen of Scots

    Name

    37401 Mary Queen of Scots

    Description

    English Electric Type 3 / BR Class 37 No. 37401 Mary Queen of Scots in BR Large Logo livery as restored in 2014.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 43187 Y Cymro / The Welshman

    Name

    43187 Y Cymro / The Welshman

    Description

    Class 43 HST Power Car No. 43187 'Y Cymro / The Welshman' in Great Western Railway livery circa 2017.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 45041 Royal Tank Regiment 45041 Royal Tank Regiment

    Name

    45041 Royal Tank Regiment

    Description

    BR Class 45 'Peak' 45041 'Royal Tank regiment' - built at Crewe in 1962 and named on 24th September 1964.  The locomotive has been preserved and is operated by The Peak Locomotive Company.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • 45048 The Royal Marines

    Name

    45048 The Royal Marines

    Description

    BR Class 45 'Peak' 45048 'The Royal Marines' built at Crewe in 1960 and named by General Taylor at St Pancras on 7th December 1964.  It was scrapped at Springburn in January 1989.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • D1000 Western Enterprise

    Name

    D1000 Western Enterprise

    Description

    This print portrays the pioneer 'Western' Class diesel-hydraulic locomotive No. D1000 'Western Enterprise' which entered service in Dec 1961 and was scrapped in Jul 1974.  The locomotive is shown wearing its unique Desert Sand livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • D1015 Western Champion

    Name

    D1015 Western Champion

    Description

    TBR Class 52 'Western' diesel-hydraulic locomotive No. D1015 'Western Champion which entered service in 1963 and is one of 7 members of the class that survived into preservation.  The locomotive is shown wearing its unique Golden Ochre livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • D1020 Western Hero

    Name

    D1020 Western Hero

    Description

    This print portrays 'Western' Class diesel-hydraulic locomotive No. D1040 'Western Hero' which entered service in 1963 and withdrawn in 1973. The locomotive is shown wearing BR maroon livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • D1040 Western Queen

    Name

    D1040 Western Queen

    Description

    This print portrays 'Western' Class diesel-hydraulic locomotive No. D1040 'Western Queen' which entered service in September 1962 and was scrapped in August 1978 (it was badly damaged in a collision in 1963 but repaired and returned to service).

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • D1056 Western Sultan

    Name

    D1056 Western Sultan

    Description

    This print portrays 'Western' Class diesel-hydraulic locomotive No. D1056 'Western Sultan' which was built at Crewe in 1963 and scrapped at Swindon in May 1979. The locomotive was located to Cardiff Canton, Landore and Laira.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 50035 Ark Royal

    Name

    50035 Ark Royal

    Description

    English Electric Type 4/Class 50 diesel No. 50035 Ark Royal in 'Large Logo' livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • D9002 The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

    Name

    D9002 The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

    Description

    English Electric Class 5 'Deltic' No. D9002 'The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry'. The locomotive was built in 1961 and withdrawn in 1982 but was preserved as part of the National Collection.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 55003 Meld

    Name

    55003 Meld

    Description

    English Electric Class 5 'Deltic' No. 55 003 'Meld' in BR Blue livery.  It was the only 'racehorse' Deltic named after a filly.  The locomotive was built by English Electric in 1961 and was scrapped at Doncaster in March 1981.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms

    Notes

  • 55007 Pinza

    Name

    55007 Pinza

    Description

    English Electric Class 5 'Deltic' No. 55 007 'Pinza' in BR Blue livery.  The locomotive was built by English Electric in 1961 and was scrapped in August 1982.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • D9009 Alycidon

    Name

    D9009 Alycidon

    Description

    English Electric Class 5 'Deltic' No. D9009 'Alycidon; as preserved circa 2010.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 55018 Ballymoss

    Name

    55018 Ballymoss

    Description

    English Electric Class 5 'Deltic' No. 55 018 'Ballymoss' in BR Blue livery.  The locomotive was built by English Electric in 1961 and was scrapped in January 1982.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 55019 Royal Highland Fusilier

    Name

    55019 Royal Highland Fusilier

    Description

    English Electric Class 5 'Deltic' No. 55 019 'Royal Highland Fusilier' in BR Blue
    - as preserved.  The locomotive was built by English Electric in 1961 and hauled the last Deltic service for British Railways between Edinburgh and York on 31st December 1981.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 55021 Argyll & Sutherland Highlander

    Name

    55021 Argyll & Sutherland Highlander

    Description

    English Electric Class 5 'Deltic' No. 55 021 'Argyll & Sutherland Highlander' in BR Blue
    - circa 1978.  The locomotive was built by English Electric in 1962 and was named in 1973 at a ceremony in Stirling. It was withdrawn from service in December 1981 and although scrapped in 1982, the No.1 cab end was preserved.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • Deltic

    Name

    Deltic

    Description

    English Electric prototype 'Deltic' as built in 1955 and as preserved at the National Railway Museum at Shildon.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mms.

    Notes

  • DP2

    Name

    DP2

    Description

    Diesel Prototype 2 (DP2) - the test bed for the English Electric 16CSVT power unit that became the standard engine for Class 50 locomotives. Unfortunately DP2 was involved in a collision with a freight train on 31st July 1967 and was damaged beyond repair.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 68001 Evolution

    Name

    68001 Evolution

    Description

    The pioneer BR Class 68 Vossloh diesel locomotive No. 68001 'Evolution' as built in 2014 wearing Direct Rail Services livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 68006 Daring

    Name

    68006 Daring

    Description

    BR Class 68 Vossloh diesel locomotive No. 68006 'Daring' as built in 2014 wearing Scot Rail livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 68009 Titan

    Name

    68009 Titan

    Description

    BR Class 68 Vossloh diesel locomotive No. 68009 'Titan' as built in 2014 wearing Direct Rail Services livery.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 88001 Revolution

    Name

    88001 Revolution

    Description

    BR Class 88 dual-mode (electric/diesel) locomotive No. 88001 'Revolution' in Direct Rail Services livery as introduced in 2016.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320mm

    Notes

  • 91107 Skyfall

    Name

    91107 Skyfall

    Description

    BR Class 91 electric locomotive No. 91107 'Skyfall' in East Coast livery as it looked in 2012/3. The locomotive was named as part of the promotions for the James Bond film that was released in October 2012.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • 91110 Battle of Britain Memorial Flight

    Name

    91110 Battle of Britain Memorial Flight

    Description

    Class 91 electric locomotive, No. 91110, adorned in the specially-designed livery featuring the aircraft and insignia of the Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. A commemorative plaque also marks the locomotive's achievement as the fastest British-built locomotive. On 17 September 1989, it reached 162 mph a record which stands to this day.

    Price

    £11

    Size

    450 x 320 mm

    Notes

  • GWR King Sectioned GWR King Sectioned GWR King Sectioned

    Name

    GWR King Sectioned

    Description

    Ever wanted to know what the inside of a steam locomotive looks like?  This prints shows the guts of a dissected 'King' class locomotive with a complete list of parts!

    Price

    £5

    Size

    297 x 210 mms (A4)

    Notes