• GWR CLASS 14XX - Horton Road, Gloucester by James Green

Great Western Railway 0-4-2 tank engine outside Gloucester Horton Road shed (85B) in 1962.
GWR No.1424 was designed by the Great Western Railway for branch line passenger work. It was originally classified as a 4800 Class when introduced in 1932, and renumbered in 1946. Although credited to Charles Collett, the design dates back to George Armstrong's 517 class of 1868 .

Limited Edition print of 600 copies, each hand signed and numbered by the artist.
This print is a museum quality Giclee print and is guaranteed not to fade.
Complete with a certificate of authenticity. 
If delivery is to a UK address, it will arrive complete with a standard 20" x 16" inch double-mount.

  • Print size: 16" x 12"
  • Mounted size: 20"x16"

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GWR CLASS 14XX - Horton Road, Gloucester by James Green

  • £59.95


Tags: Gloucester, Tank, Horton Road