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We have a huge selection of amazing artists including Malcolm Root, Robin Pinnock, Trevor Mitchell, Kevin Wlash and many more...

Prints There are 39 products.

We have a collection of our popular images in Print format, enjoy these memories from days gone by but in a framable print format. (A3 in size)

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    “Winter at Crowcombe Heathfield” New for 2014 a new print by our own artist Robin Pinnock. The print shows EX S&D 7F Number 88 in i't's striking blue livery at Crowcombe Heathfield on a return working to Bishops Lydeard with a Quantock Belle dining service Print size is approx 18”x14” limited to 50 prints only The Christmas Cards are available in packs of 4.

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    Past Time at the River

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    Henshaws Mobile Shop

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    The West Somerset Railway, is one of the most succesfull private railway routes in the country and also the longest. Their most prestigious train is the dinning coaches of the "Quantock Belle" .Our artist Robin Pinnock has portrayed the train in heavy snowfall at Crowcombe Heathfield. A father with his young son have braved the winter elements...

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    The sight of a pre nationalisation red livery Jubilee, on the Settle Carlisle line in a winter snowscene,what could be more appealing. A hiker and his trusty border collie are oblivious to what is going on above them. Beautifully captured this moment in time by Chris Woods and is available as a Limited Edition print measuring 15 x 12 inches and...

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    A wet day, and what a contrast in transport. The AEC Mammoth Major eight- wheel flatbed lorry carried a payload up to 15 tons. British Road Services was established in 1948 after the Nationisation of Britains road haulage industry. The drivers of these delivery lorries would have to be very fit just like the watching signalman whose job also included the...

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    British Railways Type 4  "Warship" class diesil-hydraulic locomotives were introduced in 1958 and built at BR's Swindon Works. They were built to replace the "Kings" and "Castle" steam locomotives that hauled the West of England trains over the stiff gradients between Exeter and Plymouth. Neville Robinson's fine...

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    Western Ruler Western Ruler D1050 was built in January 1963 and was one of the Class 52 Type 4 Diesils. All 73 members of the class were named and Western Ruler was originally painted in Maroon before changing to the blue livery shown in Neville Robinson's fine painting after 1967.These very powerfull Diesil Hydralics spent much of their time on...

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    Delivering the Christmas Parcel The joy of seeing the mailman bringing a small Christmas parcel to the front door of this charming thatched cottage in a 1970's snowscene is truly delightfull. The children passing by with the sledge and the snowman taking a glance at the trusty Morris Minor Van going about its work, i can remember such times, i...

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    Hymek on Dainton The Hymeks were undoubtedly the most successful diesil hydraulics of the Western Region. Built at Swindon in the early 1960's to replace the Great Western Railways steam locomotives, they could deal with passenger and freight traffic with ease. Sometimes labelled as "quirkey" they were to last just fifteen years in service.

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    Western Invader The early Western class diesil hydraulics were outshopped from Swindon Works in various liveries from green to sand coloured and golden ochre. But it was the attractive maroon coach coloured finish that proved must acceptable.Their main routes were the South of England Paddington to Penzance and also into South Wales territory on...

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    Cross Country Veteran The British Rail class 47 diesils were built between 1962-1968 by Brush Traction and saw service for over 40 years despite the introduction of new types of locomotives. 512 were built at Crewe and the Brush Works at Loughborough. As of 2010 99 examples are still in use on mainline duty with further examples on heritage railways....

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