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Trains and Railways

Transport

To inspire anyone with an interest in British transport history.








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Locomotive Portraits

Whilst ever there have been railways there have been artists keen to paint them. Many famous names have included aspects of the railways in their paintings, including most notably Claude Monet and J M W Turner. This enthusiasm has been kept alive by the formation in the UK of the Guild of Railway Artists, of which there are over two hundred members… Read more...

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Flying Scotsman

From hauling the first non-stop express from London to Edinburgh in 1928 and breaking the 100mph barrier in 1934, to being sold in 1963, and to its final home at the York National Railway Centre, The Flying Scotsman has a rich and, at times, controversial history. It has travelled across the USA and steamed across Australia, changed owners and colour… Read more...