• Black 5 at Bristol by Philip D Hawkins

No fewer than 842 Stanier 5P5F 4-6-0s were built between 1934 and 1951.
They proved to be extremely popular with railwaymen and enthusiasts alike and were universally known as 'Black 5s' Here, at Bristol Barrow Road depot is No.5293 keeping company with an LMS built 'Compound' 4-4-0 No.1123 from Saltley  sheds.

High quality giclee fine art print signed by Philip D. Hawkins.
Image size 21in x 14in, overall size 23in x 16.5in, printed on 280gsm white cotton Museum paper stock.

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Black 5 at Bristol by Philip D Hawkins

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