Flying Scotsman (90th anniversary Print by Bradford Exchange Ltd. 2013 and Press/Media)

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The Inspiration:

(Original artwork painted in water based oils)

Commissioned by Bradford Exchange Ltd., London

The most famous Steam Locomotive in the world at Newcastle Upon Tyne in the 1930s.

Flying Scotsman No 4472 built at Doncaster in 1923 and designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. No 4472 is part of the A3 Class type Locomotive.

There is also a train name called ‘Flying Scotsman’ which runs on the East Coast Main Line between London and Edinburgh.

See PRESS article in the Leamington Spa/Warwick Courier newspaper, Friday August 3 2012. ‘Atmospheric art makes a Flying Scotsman milestone’

See PRESS advertisement by Bradford Exchange Ltd London promoting my image Flying Scotsman.  2012. Majesty of Steam Flying Scotsman Collectors Print

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Romance of Steam Exhibition April 2013

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pencil sketch

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Bradford Exchange

(celebrating 90 years of the the most famous locomotive in the world 1923-2013)

Romance Of Steam

Kevin Alun Parrish © 2012