Steam Loco No 4 at Whitehead
A sneak glimpse into the engine shed reveals the Railway Preservation Society of Ireland’s stalwart “Jeep” locomotive – No 4.
No. 4 is a historic locomotive – built in Derby in 1947, she is the last steam loco to be used anywhere in Ireland outside of preservation.
The most modern of Ireland’s surviving steam engines, No.4 is also among the best travelled and best loved, after many years of service pulling RPSI main line excursions.
Original acrylic painting – £535.00
Sold unframed – complimentary UK delivery included
As featured in the book “Emotions of Railway Art” – by the Guild of Railway Artists and available from Amazon:
Emotions of Railway Art: 101 New Paintings from the Guild of Railway Artists