This original pyrography art is of a GWR pannier tank steam engine, number 7714. Drawn on plywood, it has a dark wood frame and is ready to display on your wall.
The original photograph was taken a number of years ago, when I visited the Severn Valley Railway. This 0-6-0 locomotive was standing at a siding, offering me the perfect chance to set up several good shots of her.
Built between 1929 and 1950, a total of 863 of these tough little engines were built. Mainly used for shunting and hauling light goods trains, they could also be seem pulling passenger trains on the many branch-lines of the day. In spite of the large number of these engines built, only 16 survive in steam today.
This artwork is already framed, and measures 275mm x 355mm, and took 12 hours to complete.
The wonderful world of steam engines.
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