Royal Blue at Corfe Castle by: Malcolm Root

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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. Malcolm Roots fine portrayal of this 1960’s Bournemouth to Swanage service passing through Corfe Castle is wonderfully depicted on the tight uphill bend by the Greyhound Hotel overlooked by the famous castle ruins. The prints which have an image size of 15”x12” approx is available at £19.50 which includes p&p

60149/PR

£ 19.50 tax incl.