• Saltaire Winter by Philip D Hawkins

Looking due east from Victoria Road bridge at Saltaire, West Yorkshire in January 1960 as a ‘Patriot’ class 4-6-0 No.45511 ‘Isle Of Man’ passes Salt’s Mill heading a Leeds-Carnforth train through a wintry landscape. At this time No.45511 was a Carnforth engine. It was built at Crewe Works for the London, Midland & Scottish Railway in 1932 as a replacement for the LNWR ‘Claughton’ No.2366, and eventually withdrawn from British Railways service and scrapped in 1961.

  • A high quality giclee fine art print on 280gsm white cotton museum paper stock, each signed by the artist
  • Image size 21" x 14"
  • Print size 23" x 16.5"

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Saltaire Winter by Philip D Hawkins

  • £105.00

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