Mallard in Brunswick Green Livery at Shildon

On 3 July 1938, the A4 class locomotive Mallard raced down Stoke Bank at 126mph to set a new steam locomotive world speed record. This is Mallard coming out of Shildon Tunnel in its BR colours on a diversion from the main line.

Mallard wore a variety of liveries throughout its career. These were: garter blue as 4468, LNER wartime black from 13 June 1942, later wartime black with the tender marked as “NE” from 21 October 1943 as 22 with yellow small stencilled numbers, post-war garter blue with white and red lining from 5 March 1948 with stainless steel cabside number 22, British railways dark blue as 60022 from 16 September 1949, Brunswick green from 4 July 1952 and its original LNER garter blue for preservation in 1963.

Painted: 2002

Giclée Print Edition:750

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Unmounted Giclée Print

Image size is 13.5" square on German Etching paper. Flat wrapped in cellophane with card backing and complete with Certificate of Authentication.

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Image size is 13'5" square on German Etching paper, with a 20" square double ivory and white mount. Flat wrapped in cellophane with card backing and complete with Certificate of Authentication.

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