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'FLYING SCOTSMAN - YORK ROUNDHOUSE, 1954' limited edition dcb181_19

fine art print of Flying Scotsman steam train at York roundhouse by artist  David Bell
fine art print of Flying Scotsman steam train at York roundhouse by artist  David BellFlying Scotsman train picture by artist David Bell
This signed limited edition is available in the following sizes: A3 - Image size: 36 x 19cm. Mount size: 53 x 39cm A2 - Image size: 52 x 27cm. Mount size: 72 x 48cm I'm confident that you will be happy with both the service I provide and the quality of any purchased art. Read Customer Testimonial ...Read more
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David Bell Print


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This signed limited edition is available in the following sizes:

A3 - Image size: 36 x 19cm. Mount size: 53 x 39cm

A2 - Image size: 52 x 27cm. Mount size: 72 x 48cm

I'm confident that you will be happy with both the service I provide and the quality of any purchased art. Read Customer Testimonials Here. I offer an unconditional 100% money back guarantee on all artwork sold. For any questions you may have, please see Frequently Asked Questions.

Flying Scotsman, York Roundhouse, 1954. Flying Scotsman seen here in the centre of the picture in British Railways Green.
Flying Scotsman has been described as the world’s most famous steam locomotive and was originally an A1 Pacific steam locomotive. Built in 1923 for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) at Doncaster works to a design of Sir Nigel Gresley and initially numbered 1472. By 1924 the locomotive had been renumbered 4472 and had been given the name ‘Flying Scotsman’ after the London to Edinburgh rail service which started daily at 10am in 1862.

This fine art limited edition is a giclee print with an edition size of 100 and signed by David Bell. The picture is supplied cellophane wrapped, presented in a generously sized double-mount. 

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Giclee prints are considered the highest quality of picture reproduction within the fine art world. They are created using light-fast pigmented inks, a process approved by the Fine Art Trade Guild. 

Delivery to mainland UK is FREE.