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