Artists

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

Prints There are 35 products.

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)

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    The Wonder of Woolies Sadly now gone from our High Streets across Britain. This highly popular and loved store sold everything from broken biscuits to Wool and stationary and much more. Such was the popularity of the stores, Town Councils would write to Woolworths asking them to set up a shop in their town. I suspect that every family has a story...

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    Winter Freight The British Rail class 22 or " Baby Warship" was a class of diesil-hydraulic locomotives designed for the Western Region and built by the North British Locomotive Works. Introduced in 1959, deliveries continued until 1962 and allocated to Bristol Bath Road, Laira Plymouth, Newton Abbot and Old Oak Common.

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    "Crossing at Blue Anchor" A lovely summers day on the West Somerset Railway is portrayed again through the paint brush of our resident artist Robin Pinnock. GWR no, 7920 Dinmore Manor has arrived from Bishops Lydeard and is waiting for the right of way to Minehead, GWR Prairie no.4561 is entering Blue Anchor. The engine driver...

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    The Last Pines Express Our artist Robin Pinnock has recreated this fine painting of the the last up "Pines Express" passing through Shillingstone  on the Somerset & Dorset Railway to commemorate the 50th anniversary of this run.  On September 8th 1962, BR Class 9F 2-10-0 "Evening Star" left Bournemouth West on the final...

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    Steam on the Underground This new painting by Robin Pinnock for the 150th celebrations of the London underground portrays Victorian Baker Street in 1885. Metropolitan and District line locomotives are seen with the people of London ready to undertake the smokey run through the tunnels of the capital. Print size 15 x 12 inches and when mounted...

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    Wartime on the Underground London's first underground line opened in 1863 connecting Paddington and Kings Cross to a new terminus nearer the heart of the City at Faringdon. The deep level tube system, built between 1890 and 1907 offered a refuge from the air raids during both World Wars. In 1941 a train of 1938 stock arrives at Trafalgar...

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    Trolleys to Cardiff Castle  Cardiff's trolleybus system opened in 1942 and replaced the tram routes by 1950 and continued in to service untill 1970. Double and single deck trolleys are seen here in Robin Pinnocks delightfull  late1950's period timepiece emerging from the High Street and being overseen by the castle's elaborate clock...

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    “A Summer Day at Yeovil Pen Mill” Print size is approx 22”x16” 

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    Delivery of birthday cards from the local postie!

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    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.

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    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.

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    DEVIZES Size aprox 22”x16” is a limited edition print of 200 numbered and signed by the artist and is available at £30 which includes p&p The Devizes branch was opened in 1857 and ran from Thingley junction to Westbury.

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