"BSA at Burnstall "is a painting by Trevor Mitchell. The Yorkshire village of Burnstall is situated on the banks of the River Wharfe and it is here that a young touring motorcycling couple have taken a rest. The Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) diversified into the manufacture of motorcycles in 1930 until its demise in 1970, many still survive and are cherished by their present day owners. The print is aprox. 15 x 12 inches and is an open edition .
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