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The Flying Scotsman Gallery

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Choose from 67 pictures in our The Flying Scotsman collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Flying Scotsmans Cocktail Bar, LNER poster, c 1930s Featured The Flying Scotsman Print

The Flying Scotsmans Cocktail Bar, LNER poster, c 1930s

In the 1920s and 30s the London & North Eastern Railway press department worked extremely hard to nurture the image of the Flying Scotsman. The train was promoted as an ideal of luxury and sophistication without equal amongst the railways of the world. This poster shows a silhouetted pair of hands shaking a cocktail shaker. The cocktail bar was one of many facilities passengers could take advantage of on their journey between LondonA

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Incidents including train-wrecking: General Strike 1926 Featured The Flying Scotsman Print

Incidents including train-wrecking: General Strike 1926

Several scenes in England including: Liverpool Street Station crowds of commuters trying to get to work. Vandalism in Northumberland where fish-plates and bolts had been removed from the rails, under the restaurant car of the Flying Scotsman'. Also in Northumberland, the attempt to wreck the Flying Scotsman carrying over 300 passagers, near Cramlinton, showing the break in the rails with the overturned engine (right) and the next coach (removed to the side of the line on the left). Chiswick garage of the L.G.O.C. where the London volunteer bus-drivers and conductors slept during the strike. Recreation for The London Volunteer bus-drivers, conductors and other workers: A dance in the L.G.O.C. depot at Chiswick, during the strike. Date: May 1926

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The corridor tender of the Flying Scotsman Featured The Flying Scotsman Print

The corridor tender of the Flying Scotsman

The Flying Scotsman, London and North Eastern Railway, with corridor tender. Specially designed to enable train drivers and firemen to pass back into the carriage to rest, the corridor tender is 5 feet high, but only 18 inches wide. The corridor enabled a relay of crew to relieve the others of their duties, as the non-stop journey of 392 miles from London to Edinburgh was too long for a single crew to perform without rest Date: c. 1930s

© The Lucinda Moore Collection / Mary Evans