• Moonlight Over The Tweed by John Austin

LNER Gresley A4 streamline pacific No. 4498 'Sir Nigel Gresley' crosses the Border Viaduct at Berwick upon Tweed in 1947.
Sir Nigel Gresley wore many liveries throughout her life. She was released into traffic on 30th October 1937 in LNER garter blue. New numbers and letters for the tender in stainless steel were added after a general overhaul in January 1939. Sir Nigel Gresley was repainted into wartime black with LNER markings in 1942. The next repaint was into black with NE markings in 1943, as a cutback. After the war, Sir Nigel Gresley regained LNER garter blue livery with red/white lining on 6th March 1947.

Signed high quality individual Giclée print

Image size: 515mm x 385mm • Overall size: 555mm x 430mm

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Moonlight Over The Tweed by John Austin

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Tags: Berwick, Tweed, Viaduct, Gresley, A4