• The First London to Edinburgh Non-Stop by Geoff Knight

Gresley A1 class locomotive No.4472 'Flying Scotsman' hauled the inaugural non-stop train from London on 1st May 1928, and it successfully ran the 392 miles between Edinburgh and London, Kings Cross without stopping, a then record for a scheduled service.
The 1928 non-stop Flying Scotsman train had improved catering and other on-board services - including a barber's car. With the end of the LNER-LMSR limited timing agreement in 1932, the journey time was reduced to 7 hours 20 minutes.

Giclee open edition print on 300gsm photo rag archival paper and inks. Signed by the artist.

Print size: 15" x 20"
Image size: 12" x 18"

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The First London to Edinburgh Non-Stop by Geoff Knight

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