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'SIR NIGEL GRESLEY, GROSMONT SHED' limited edition dcb179

Sir Nigel Gresley steam train print by artist David Bell
Sir Nigel Gresley steam train print by artist David Bellmounted fine art print of steam train Sir Nigel Gresley by artist David Bell
UNCONDITIONAL 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IF YOU'RE NOT HAPPY WITH YOUR PURCHASE FREE UK DELIVERY Image size: 36 x 23cm. Mount size: 53 x 43cm.  READ CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Sir Nigel Gresley, Grosmont Shed. This A4 pacific locomotive train is the ultimate in st ...Read more
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UNCONDITIONAL 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IF YOU'RE NOT HAPPY WITH YOUR PURCHASE

FREE UK DELIVERY

Image size: 36 x 23cm. Mount size: 53 x 43cm. 

READ CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Sir Nigel Gresley, Grosmont Shed. This A4 pacific locomotive train is the ultimate in steam glamour. It’s sister engine, Mallard, took the world record for steam in 1938, and never lost it. Named after the locomotive designer, Sir Nigel Gresley wore many liveries throughout its career. Released to traffic in 1937 in the standard LNER (London and North Eastern Railway) garter blue of the A4 Pacifics, Sir Nigel Gresley was repainted into wartime black with LNER markings in 1942, and after the war regained LNER garter blue. With the formation of British Railways came new liveries and Sir Nigel Gresley was painted into British Railways dark blue. The final active livery change was into British Railways brunswick green in 1952. After it’s overhaul in the late 1990s, it gained its current British Railways blue livery as 60007.

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.