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I’ve always had soft spot for steam trains. I have many childhood memories of family days out to see them. The only time I’d been to York before moving here for a job, was to visit National Railway Museum.


I decided to create my first steam train linocut for my dad for Christmas. It had to be the Mallard. The elegant streamlined art deco styling is so iconic. In the 1930s Britain's speed was seen as the ultimate symbol of modernity. The 4468 Mallard is a Class A4 4-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive. The A4 class was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley and built at Doncaster Works, England in 1938 for LNER (London and North Eastern Railway).


The Mallard holds the steam locomotive world speed record at 126 mph. It is now held as part of the national steam train collection at the National Railway Museum in York.


Find out how I made it in my Mallard Steam Train linocut print blog.


Limited edition unframed linocut print.

Edition of 60

This is an original linocut print (not a digitally reproduced print).

Image size 160 x 160mm

Mount outer 305 x 305mm


Hand-carved lino block, then hand-printed using oil-based inks on acid-free paper.


Linocut printing is a handmade process and variations in colour and detail will occur. This adds to their individuality by making each print unique.


All prints come unframed in an acid-free mount, wrapped in cellophane. Each print is individually hand signed and numbered. The framed print is for illustration purposes only.


Each print is individually hand signed and numbered.


What size frame do I need for your prints?

See my Printmaking FAQ page for a guide to frame sizes for my linocut prints. 


Please note that the copyright of this artwork is retained by the artist.

Mallard steam train, original linocut print

SKU: Steam - Mal
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