Sunshine and Steam by Philip D Hawkins

A glorious day by the seaside at Dawlish, Devon during the summer of 1958 is witness to the majestic passage of a Great Western Railway ‘King’ class 4-6-0 No.6023 ‘King Edward II’ in charge of the London bound ‘Cornish Riviera Express’. The train is emerging from Kennaway tunnel, below Lea Mount, to continue its stately progress along the Sea Wall.

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A glorious day by the seaside at Dawlish, Devon during the summer of 1958 is witness to the majestic passage of a Great Western Railway ‘King’ class 4-6-0 No.6023 ‘King Edward II’ in charge of the London bound ‘Cornish Riviera Express’. The train is emerging from Kennaway tunnel, below Lea Mount, to continue its stately progress along the Sea Wall.

The wooden framed picture with glass would look great in any room. These prints are over £100 online without the frame so get yourself a part of Blenheim history at a bargain price!

Kindly donated by the Blenheim B&B in Dawlish after decades of display on their wall. Profits going to Alzheimer’s Society.

78 x 55 cm

Collection only from Dawlish

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Dimensions 78 × 55 × 2 cm

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