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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)
The Somerset and Dorset Railway was a much loved cross country line running from Bath to Bournemouth. After crossing the Mendip Hills the Railway reached the Junction at Evercreech from here the branch line to Burnham on Sea crossed the flat Somerset levels calling in at Glastonbury and Street.
Repton (30926) is one of 40 schools class locomotives built by the Southern Railway at Eastleigh in 1930. The class were all named after English public schools. These powerful locomotives spent most of their working lives in the south east, before 10 of the class made their way to Bournemouth working the London expresses.
In 1959 a new family car came off the production line in Birmingham. The print capturing the first blue mini "First Mini's at Longbridge 1959" started an association with different varities of the motor car for over 50 years and is as popular now as it was then. The assembly line behind is running the A40 Farina's.
West Country Class No. 34040 Crewkerne brings the daily Pines Express into Blandford, Dorset, in 1960. This locomotive would have brought the train up from Bournemouth West and then up to Bath over tortuous route on the Somerset and Dorset railway.
West Country class 34007 “Wadebridge” is beautifully captured by Chris Woods in this 1962 winter time shot on a semi fast service to London, everbody stops to admire the graceful lines of this train complete with her Bullied locomotive and rolling stock.
The Royal Blue Coach Services were common sight in the west country and midlands from the mid 1930’s until their demise in the early 1970’s, Their distinctive livery of Royal Blue and Cream gave the feeling of true first class luxury coach travel.
“Weymouth Quay Tramway” print size is approx 15”x12”. A new Robin Pinnock painting depicting GWR 0-6-0 pannier tank no 1367, pulling the channel islands boat train along the quayside returning to Weymouth station for it’s return trip to Paddington in 1956.
“Freight train at Martock” by Robin Pinnock. print size is approx 15”x12”. Ex GWR Pannier tank no. 4656 passing through Martock on its way to Yeovil, the signalman is holding the single line totem, which allows the crew of the train to proceed.
“Memories of Poole Quay” Print size is approx 22”x16” limited to 250 prints, numbered and signed by the artist. This lovely time piece depicts Poole Quay in 1960, little 0-4-0 tank engine 30093 is seen on shunting duties along the quay where the road traffic and steam engine share the same harbourside.
“Yeovil at Yeovil Junction” Print size is approx 22”x16” limited to 250 prints, numbered and signed by the artist. West country locomotive “Yeovil 34004” was a rare sight at Yeovil junction, she ran most of her life from London to Bournemouth and Weymouth but in 1960 she was spotted at Yeovil junction working an up freight from Exmouth junction to Woking.