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Oil Painting Lady Godiva Great Western Train

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1 Fine Large 20th Century British Oil Painting Green Great Western Saint Class Railway Steam Locomotive Lady Godiva Train Engine 2904 & Red LMS 6008 Approaching Chester.
Add a touch of transort history to your office and homewall space with this railway masterpiece.
Title "Approaching Chester".
Subject transport railway trains showing the Great Western Steam train engine 2904 Lady Godiva shown on the right flank, further over a train with Chester on number 1551 & on the other flank to the far left is a red LMS steam train engine number 6008,thick heavy smoke can be seen coming out of the the train engines, also the various train line tracks, engine driver & railway line staff can be seen, above is large brick & stone bridge approaching Chester Train Station, a platform can be seen with a tall lamp, overhead a mix of white cloudy sky with bright blue shining through.
Highly collectible sought after by railway trainspotter collectors.
Set in a traditional masculine wood frame.
Oil on canvas.
Provenance label verso.
Circa late century 20th dated 1983.
Impressie size with the frame being 109.5 cm wide and 79.5 cm high.
Signed in the bottom corner track area by the British Liverpool based artist Thomas H Shuttleworth.
A fine example of his work.
The Great Western Railway 2900 Class or Saint Class, which was built by the Great Western Railway's Swindon Works, incorporated several series of 2-cylinder passenger steam locomotives designed by George Jackson Churchward and built between 1902 and 1913 with differences in the dimensions. The majority of these were built as 4-6-0 locomotives but thirteen examples were built as 4-4-2 (but converted to 4-6-0 during 1912/13). They proved to be a highly successful class which established the design principles for GWR 2-cylinder classes over the next fifty years, and influenced similar classes on other British railways.
A second series of ten similar locomotives appeared in May 1906 (Swindon Lot 164), numbered 2901–10 and named after historical, mythological or poetical 'Ladies'. Nos. 2904–6 had short tapered boilers and short smokeboxes. 2904 Lady Godiva was built unnamed in May 1906 with half-cone boiler. First shed allocation Old Oak Common. Then named in April 1907 & fitted with full-cone boiler September 1907. Superheated July 1910. Last shed allocation Shrewsbury & was withdrawn October 1932.
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£1500.00  UK
$1867.50  USA
1755.90  EU
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DimensionsDimensions in centimetres of frame High (79.5 cm) Wide (109.5cm) Depth (3.5 cm) Date 1983  1980s Antiques Material Oil Painting on Canvas Origin British Condition Condition report. Offered in fine used condition. The front painting area is in good condition. The frame having various scuffs, scratches, corner seperation, wear marks commensurate with usage & age. Item code as1013a986 Status For Sale

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