Flying Scotsman, Cumbria, c1970

Regular price £100.00 Sale

A classic shot of the Flying Scotsman, at Grange-over-Sands between Carnforth in Lancashire and Ravenglass in Cumbria, taken in the 1970s.

The Flying Scotsman set two world records for steam traction, becoming the first locomotive to reach 100mph in 1934 and the longest nonstop run by a steam locomotive, when it ran for 422 miles in 1989. The engine was retired from regular service in 1963 and is now part of the National Railway Museum collection.

Specifications
  • Limited edition print run of 100 pieces
  • Supplied with GNM Archive certificate of authenticity to provide limited edition provenance
  • Hand Printed in the UK, Global shipping available
  • Dimensions: 30 x 40cm including border for easy framing
  • Presented on premium Baryta photographic paper
  • A pure white, Baryta-based paper with excellent black density, contrast and reproduction of detail, with a pearl textured coating enhancing the detail and definition of the image