Wynne B Jones GRA

The Great Orme tramway - Llanduddno

In his own words...
I was born in 1950, my first exhibition was as early as 1960 - at a children's art exhibition held by the Royal Cambrian Academy Conway. involment in railway art took on a new meaning after this first exhibition as I combined my interest in railways with a love of art.
In 1996 after a career in the oil industry spanning 27 years, I took early retirement, since then I've been able to develop my skills as an artist.
I'm also interested in railway preservation and am a keen member of the Llangollen Railway Society.


All Aboard for Carrog

GWR 4-6-0 No.7822 Foxcote Manor awaiting it's next duty at Llangollen railway station in 2014.

Hyperion over the Forth

Gresley A3 pacific number 60037 'Hyperion' in 1959. Seen crossing the Forth Bridge with a south bound Edinburgh express.

Great Orme Tramway

Great Orme Tramway lower terminus cablecar station in Llanduddno.

Hogwarts Express

Platform 9 3/4 at King's Cross station.

On the Cambrian

Manor class Foxcote Manor No.7822 meets up with BR Standard class 4 No.75012 on the Cambrian line.

Royal Scot at Carlisle

Rebuilt LMS Royal Scot class No. 46166 'London Rifle Brigade' is seen outside Carlisle Kingmoor engine shed in 1964.

The Earl

Welshpool & Llanfair Railway 'The Earl'.

Worcester Shrub Hill

Great Western Railway 2-6-0 locomotive 7325 is ready to depart Worcester Shrub Hill station with a stopping train for Birmingham Snow Hill and Wolverhampton.


Great Western Railway No. 7822 'Foxcote manor' is seen arriving at Glyndyfrdwy station on the preserved Llangollen Railway in North Wales.