4472 LNER FLYING SCOTSMAN ENAMEL PANEL
Inspired by the LNER A3 Pacific class steam locomotive 'Flying Scotsman' built at Doncaster, England in 1923, It was the first steam locomotive to be officially authenticated at reaching 100 mph in 1934, and in 1989 set a record for the longest non-stop run by a steam locomotive (422 miles) while in Australia. It is preserved today at the NRM in York in running condition.
The beautiful gold, black, red, maroon and white cab-side number on its distinctive LNERDoncaster Green background with black and white pin striping and wood effect has been hand-painted in oil based enamels as accurately as possible using traditional sign writing techniques, but this is an artwork not a full size replica. The domed 'rivets' have been added to evoke the steam age.
This unique piece would make an ideal gift for steam buffs and vintage and rail enthusiasts. Ideal decor for your home, man cave, layout room, club, workshop, garage or as a retail display item.
Brush-painted enamels on 0.5mm aluminium sheet with folded back edges and domed copper upholstery pins. W780xH355mm.
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