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'Making Smoke'. Oil on canvas 100cm x 50cm.
'A Driving Ambition'. One of several studies carried out for approval for (successful) acceptance by the Guild of Railway Artists. This painting has been published in 'Emotions of Railway Art'. Oil on canvas 50cm x 40cm.
'Lode Star'. This detail is of the Lode Star, the only remaining GWR 4-6-0 (No 4003) locomotive, preserved at the National Railway Museum, York, UK. Oil on board 80cm x 60cm.
'Leaving Rajalukah'. The 2'6" gauge South Eastern Railway branch from Rupsa to Bangriposi was operated by a fleet of Edwardian 4-6-2s. CC 680 - built North British Locomotive Company in Glasgow 1905. Oil on canvas 76cm x 60cm.
'Iron Duke'. Originally built for the Great Western Railway, this study is taken from the replica now housed at the National Railway Museum. Oil on canvas 70cm x 50cm.
'Just Sleeping'. A Southern Railways Maunsell N Class locomotive waiting its turn in the Barry scrapyard. Oil on canvas 40cm x 30cm.
For the railway enthusiast, accuracy is everything. Tony works very hard at replicating the details that mean so much to the true afficionado and which bring a sense of reality and credibility to the more general admirer.
If you are interested in commissioning a study of a favourite locomotive, line or station, or would like to surprise a friend or family member, please contact Tony to discuss what you would like. Prices for individual studies start from as little as £250.