• Beatrice & Eric by David Noble

Beatrice and Eric, a pair of ex-Great Western Railway 0-6-0 Pannier Tanks repainted and named after being re-assigned to the N.C.B in South Wales.
These engines mostly worked both the Welsh and Staffordshire coal fields.

Signed Giclee print.
Print size: 420mm x 297mm

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Beatrice & Eric by David Noble

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