headboard - flying scotsman (replica)

Made:
1978

Headboard (replica), London & North Eastern Railway, "Flying Scotsman", A4-type black letters on white background, between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverley, officially adopted in 1923, ran non-stop to Newcastle from 1927 and non-stop to Edinburgh from 1928. This is a replica of the headboard designed by Eric Gill and attached to the train 21st Nov. 1932.

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Details

Category:
Locomotives and Rolling Stock Components
Object Number:
1978-8394
type:
headboard
credit:
NRM Workshop
status:
Permanent collection

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