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Last Update: 10th June 2021

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SR/BR Rebuilt West Country Class No. 34028 Eddystone10th June 2021

The print of No. 34028 Eddystone, which up to now has been for Southern Locomotive Limited's exclusive use, is now available to purchase following its recent three year overhaul and return to traffic on the Swanage Railway.

34028 Eddystone

The print shows the locomotive as running in 1962. Full details here.

Postage Prices5th January 2021

The postal charges have been held at the same level for a good number of years but due to regular rises – the latest being this January – they will unfortunately have to be increased. These rises have been especially significant for international deliveries during this time, with those to the USA being quite dramatic!

The new charges will be; UK: £4.25 (£3.75 at present), Europe: £6.50 (£4.50 at present), World: £9.75 (£5.50 at present). As before these charge are per order not per print.

However the increase will be held until 6th April 2021 to give everyone the chance to take advantage of the old pricing before the change takes place.

New SR Bulleid Light Pacific Prints with Nameplates4th August 2020

Now available are four further prints featuring the SR Light Pacific classes, West Country and Battle of Britain (2020 is the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain) plus all the class nameplates. As before the print size is 404 mm x 303 mm which fits a readily available 16 inch x 12 inch frame.

The two new West Country prints, with BR style titled train headboards, are:

SR 4-6-2 West Country Class No. 34006 Bude with Nameplates and Train Headboards, (O. V. S. Bulleid) Steam Locomotive Print

No. 34006 Bude in 1960s condition in BR green with totem. It is attached to a cut-down 4,500 gallon tender. Bude achieved the highest mileage of any member of the class with 1,099,338.

SR/BR 4-6-2 Rebuilt West Country Class No. 34008 Padstow with Nameplates and Train Headboards, (O. V. S. Bullied / R. G. Jarvis) Steam Locomotive Print

No. 34006 Padstow is portrayed in rebuilt condition, fitted with AWS and speedometer. It is attached to a cut-down 4,500 gallon tender with the BR briquette water treatment system.

The two new Battle of Britain prints, with locomotive and planes to the same scale, are:

SR 4-6-2 Battle of Britain Class No. 34067 Tangmere with Nameplates plus Hawker Hurricane (17 Squadron) and Supermarine Spitfire (602 Squadron) (O. V. S. Bulleid) Steam Locomotive Print

No. 34067 Tangmere in 1960 condition fitted with Golden Arrow regalia along with a MkIA Hurricane of 17 Squadron and a MkIA Spitfire of 602 Squadron.

SR/BR 4-6-2 Rebuilt Battle of Britain Class No. 34050 Royal Observer Corps with Nameplates plus Hawker Hurricane (257 Squadron) and Supermarine Spitfire (41 Squadron) (O. V. S. Bullied / R. G. Jarvis) Steam Locomotive Print

Rebuilt No. 34050 Royal Observer Corps with long service medal ribbon along with a MkIA Hurricane of 257 Squadron and the MkIIA Spitfire of 41 Squadron, which was funded by the Observer Corps.

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Web Site Security29th June 2020

Although payment has always happened on secure servers, which protects your personal data, the main site has, until now, stayed with basic web standards. Now the whole site has been upgraded to HTTPS which means that all communication between this site and a browser is encrypted – this will show as a lock in the address bar of your browser.

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