• Golden Arrow by Steve Wyse

Britannia class pacific No. 70004 'William Shakespeare' passes Battersea Power Station and nears Factory Junction with the 'Golden Arrow' Pullman boat train in 1954.
No. 70004 'William Shakespeare' was one of a pair of Britannia class locomotives allocated to Stewarts Lane, the other being No. 70014 'Iron Duke'.

Signed giclee print on high quality 180gsm satin gloss paper.

  • Image size: 410mm x 274mm
  • Overall size: 500mm x 350mm

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Golden Arrow by Steve Wyse

  • £49.99


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