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The Flying Scotsman (1932) LNER Railway Poster

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The Flying Scotsman, an LNER Class A3 locomotive responsible for two world records.  The first steam engine to reach 100 mph on 30 November 1934 and to make the longest nonstop run of 422 miles.  Power, speed, modernism – it’s all here.

Take me by the Flying Scotsman – LNER, by A. R. Thomson 1932.





Take me by the Flying Scotsman – LNER (London North Eastern Railway), by A.R. Thomson 1932.

This is number 13 of a series of 26 railway art posters reproduced in 2013 for exhibition at Glenfinnan Station Museum and other venues in the Scottish Highlands.  This image is from Series 2.

In addition to the small and large poster sizes, these art posters are also available in complete sets of postcard size. Series 1 (all 26 postcards) and Series 2 (all 26 postcards) are available for £12.50 each.

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200, 205


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