James Green GRA

Pendolino in maroon livery

James works from his studio in Peterborough - Initially trained as a technical illustrator, by the time he'd left college in 1996, the industry had moved away from traditional drawing and into computers. Not wishing to embrace this new technology he turned to fine art and quickly established a high reputation as a realist artist.
His subject matter has evolved from landscapes to railway paintings, which he finds more challenging and yet something with which his technical background greatly assists. James certainly does not shy away from detail, and creates artwork by carefully building paint layers using a mix of acrylic ink, gouache and watercolour.
Being a self-representing artist James is ever-present, displaying work at many exhibitions and events etc. He is also frequently invited to demonstrate painting techniques to art groups country-wide.

Visit James's website: www.jamesgreenart.co.uk


Black Fives at Willesden

Stanier 'Black 5' 4-6-0 locomotives at Willesden engine shed in 1963.

Bradley Manor

Bradley Manor Great Western Railway 'Manor' class No. 7802 outside Bridgnorth locomotive shed on the Severn Valley Railway.


A powerful double header at Bury on the ELR.
Leading is BR Standard Class 7 No. 70013 Oliver Cromwell and at the rear BR Standard Class 8 No. 71000 Duke of Gloucester.

LNER No. 4472 Flying Scotsman

Flying Scotsman on the East Coast main line in the late 1930.

A4 Sir Nigel Gresley

LNER preserved A4 streamlined pacific 'Sir Nigel Gresley' seen at Bridgenorth Station on the Severn Valley Railway.


Newly built Peppercorn class A1 No: 60163 on its first run into Kings Cross on February 2009. Depicted here with the 'Talisman' headboard to commemorate this iconic event.

A4 Union of South Africa

60009 Union of South Africa steaming through the fens on a cold frosty morning.