Passenger Tank Engine 162, Great Eastern Railway
Painting, oils on board, G.E.R. passenger tank engine, Stratford, 1882, by R. W. Warrington, 1882. Depicts a right broadside view of Great Eastern Railway 0-4-4T 134 class locomotive No. 162. The locomotive is standing on rails set against a blue sky with white clouds, with a brown foreground. There is a bright red ground signal in front of the locomotive. The inscription "G E R. Passr. tank engine, Stratford, 1882" appears below the locomotive, with a golden band between the two lines of text. The work is signed by the artist beneath the rear wheels, "R. W. Warrington .1882".
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- British Rail, Clapham
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