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Chasing the Flying Scotsman by John Young- Aviation Prints UK
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Chasing the Flying Scotsman by John Young

Chasing the Flying Scotsman by John Young

In 1929, Cranwells Flight Cadets flew the Avro 504N biplane with a top speed of about 100mph and it was on one of these that Douglas Bader soloed for the first time on 12th February 1929. Railway lines were useful references on these and the RAF College Cranwell was only a few minutes in the air from the East Coast Main Line. Down this line came the crack expresses of the LNER, some drawn by the companys latest express locomotive, the A1 Class, which had a similar top speed to the Avro.
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Item Code : LI0050Chasing the Flying Scotsman by John Young - This Edition
PRINT Signed limited edition of 500 prints in aid of the Douglas Bader Foundation. Signatures: Lady Bader OBE and Air Vice Marshal H.G. Mackay CB, OBE, AFC, BSc, FRAeS, RAF.

Image size 23.5 inches x 17 inches (59cm x 43cm)Artist : John YoungSOLD
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