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Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection

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31 Canvas Prints

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Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Pannier Tanks

Pannier Tanks Collection
8 Canvas Prints

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Tenders

Tenders
Great Western Tender, No. W84, formerly No. 2641, 1941

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: 2800 Class

2800 Class Collection
5 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: 42xx Class

42xx Class Collection
11 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: 47XX Class

47XX Class Collection
6 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: 72xx Class

72xx Class Collection
3 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Achilles Class

Achilles Class Collection
8 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Armstrong Class Locomotives

Armstrong Class Locomotives Collection
4 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Atbara Class Locomotives

Atbara Class Locomotives Collection
5 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Castle Class Locomotives

Castle Class Locomotives Collection
73 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: City Class Locomotives

City Class Locomotives Collection
8 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: County Class Locomotives

County Class Locomotives Collection
17 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Crane Tank Locomotives

Crane Tank Locomotives Collection
4 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Dean Goods

Dean Goods Collection
14 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Grange Class Locomotives

Grange Class Locomotives Collection
14 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Manor Class Locomotives

Manor Class Locomotives Collection
5 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Hall Class Locomotives

Hall Class Locomotives Collection
29 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: King Class Locomotives

King Class Locomotives Collection
64 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Saint Class Locomotives

Saint Class Locomotives Collection
12 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Star Class Locomotives

Star Class Locomotives Collection
23 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: The Great Bear

The Great Bear Collection
6 Canvas Prints

Standard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Other Standard Gauge Locomotives

Other Standard Gauge Locomotives Collection
82 Canvas Prints

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Colour Diagram of Castle Class Locomotive, c. 1923

Colour Diagram of Castle Class Locomotive, c. 1923
Colour cross-section diagram or drawing of the front of a Castle Class locomotive with numbered internal components

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: 0-6-0 Dean Goods locomotives No s. 2479, 2576, 2425 and 2399 in the process of being scrapped, c

0-6-0 Dean Goods locomotives No s. 2479, 2576, 2425 and 2399 in the process of being scrapped, c. 1949
The sorry sight of four The sorry sight of four 0-6-0 Dean Goods locomotives, photographed in the late 1940 s, in the process of being scrapped. Identified as engine No s

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Dean Goods locomotive No. 2533 in War Department black livery

Dean Goods locomotive No. 2533 in War Department black livery
This official photograph of a Dean Goods locomotive No. 2533 was taken at Swindon Works in October 1939 prior to its shipment overseas

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: 2-8-0 locomotives under construction in AE shop, 1943

2-8-0 locomotives under construction in AE shop, 1943
In this image, War Department 2-8-0 locomotives are shown under construction in AE shop at Swindon Works in May 1943. In order to meet the demand for locomotives for war work

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: 0-6-0 tender locomotive Dean Goods No. 2430 in wartime livery, c. 1939

0-6-0 tender locomotive Dean Goods No. 2430 in wartime livery, c. 1939
0-6-0 tender locomotive Dean Goods No.2430 is pictured here in its wartime livery. The tender is painted with the WD for War Department and the engine bears its War Department number, 177

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Locomotive No.3442, Bullfinch

Locomotive No.3442, Bullfinch
Locomotive no.3442, Bullfinch, was part of the Bird Class of locomotives introduced in 1909. They were 4-4-0 engines developed from the Bulldog class. Bullfinch was built in 1909 and withdrawn in 1948

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Colour cross-section plan of Castle Class Locomotive, c. 1923

Colour cross-section plan of Castle Class Locomotive, c. 1923
Colour cross-section plan of Castle Class locomotive with the parts numbered, c.1923

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Steam locomotives waiting to be scrapped lined up in the Concentration Yard at Swindon Works in 1952

Steam locomotives waiting to be scrapped lined up in the Concentration Yard at Swindon Works in 1952
Steam locomotives waiting to be scrapped are shown lined up in the Concentration Yard at Swindon Works in 1952

Background imageStandard Gauge Canvas Print Collection: Dean Goods locomotive No. 2533 in War Department livery, 1939

Dean Goods locomotive No. 2533 in War Department livery, 1939
This official photograph of a Dean Goods locomotive No. 2533 was taken at Swindon Works in October 1939 prior to its shipment overseas


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