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Choose from 143 pictures in our The Flying Scotsman collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


'The Flying Scotsman's Cocktail Bar', LNER poster, c 1930s Featured The Flying Scotsman Print

'The Flying Scotsman's Cocktail Bar', LNER poster, c 1930s

In the 1920s and 30s the London & North Eastern Railway press department worked extremely hard to nurture the image of the Flying Scotsman. The train was promoted as an ideal of luxury and sophistication without equal amongst the railways of the world. This poster shows a silhouetted pair of hands shaking a cocktail shaker. The cocktail bar was one of many facilities passengers could take advantage of on their journey between LondonA

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The Flying Scotsman steam engine passes over Digswell Viaduct as it makes it's official Featured The Flying Scotsman Print

The Flying Scotsman steam engine passes over Digswell Viaduct as it makes it's official

The Flying Scotsman steam engine passes over Digswell Viaduct as it makes it's official return after a restoration project, near Welwyn Garden City, southern England, February 25, 2016. Locomotive 60103 Flying Scotsman made its official return to steam with a celebratory "Inaugural Run" along the East Coast Mainline after a decade-long 4.2 million British Pounds ($5.8 million) restoration. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh - GF

The down 'Flying Scotsman' crossing Digswel Viaduct Featured The Flying Scotsman Print

The down 'Flying Scotsman' crossing Digswel Viaduct

The down 'Flying Scotsman' crossing Digswell Viaduct, hauled by an unidentified Class A4, c 1938. This viaduct, in Welwyn, Hertfordshire, crosses the valley of the River Mimram, and carried its first train on 5th August 1850. Approx. 1, 560 feet in length, the viaduct has forty arches, each of 30 foot span, and is 98 feet above the river at its maximum height

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