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Railway Transport Poster 19: The Best Route LMS & White Star...FEB16

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Geordie, native of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Greatest race of humans ever.

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Whitley Bay, #Northumberland, British #Railway #Travel Poster

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Produced from an original watercolour this limited edition print is a scene from Newcastle – Upon - Tyne. The large archway is part of The High Level Bridge which frames the image and leads the eye into this atmospheric painting.Format: Limited edition Giclee printed on Innova soft textured

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Originally called ‘The Shipyards’, David changed the name after an unexpected visit to his studio from a man who used to work there. On walking through the door he caught sight of the painting and immediately said ‘Oh look, there’s the Bumblebee’. Previously unknown to David this had been the na

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The statue of Earl Grey looks down over Newcastle from his high perch. Adding to a collection of Newcastle twilight scenes, David has used a slightly different palette of Red and Blue to produce this limited edition print from an original watercolourrey's Monument

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David was captivated by the large girders and rivets that support the underside of Tyne Bridge. The lone figure adds a sense of mystery to this limited edition print produced from an original watercolourFormat: Limited edition Giclee printed on Innova soft textured natural white Fine Art paper

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Quayside Market signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Cod and Lobster Pub Staithes signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Wild Flowers at Newton Village signed limited edition print by Roy Francis Kirton

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Finishing Time signed limited edition print by Roy Francis Kirton

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Mad March Days signed limited edition print by Anthony Marshall

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Swan Bank 1 signed limited edition print by Roy Francis Kirton

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Newcastle brown label | ... in place at the centre of the Newcastle Brown Ale bear bottle label

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Vincent van Gogh Drawing, Black chalk, grey wash, on wove paper Nuenen: February, July - September, 1885 Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Europe F: ;1302, ;JH: ;859

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This road leads from the Grass Market up to Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile. David was impressed by the grandeur and height of the buildings, seemingly stacked on top of one another. This is a limited edition print produced from an original watercolourFormat: Limited edition Giclee printed on

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The word ‘Coble’ refers to the upturned boats which have been cut in half and used as fisherman’s sheds.  David has captured the ominous, billowing clouds that often dominate the skyline of Lindisfarne. This is a limited edition print produced from an original watercolour. Format: Lim

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This is a limited edition print of Craster which was produced from an original watercolour. The boats and other fishing equipment often change position in this small Northumbrian bay. David returned many times in order to get an interesting composition of boats.

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David tries to find unusual angles and viewpoints of well-known scenes within Newcastle – Upon – Tyne. This is a limited edition print which was produced from an original watercolour. It is the first in a collection of twilight city scenes.

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Fish Quay Boats signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Winter on the Fish Quay signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Beadnell Boats signed limited edition prints by Joanne Wishart

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Esso Northumbria signed open edition print by Roy Francis Kirton

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Inspection Time signed limited edition print by Roy Francis Kirton

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william bell scott's depiction of industry on Tymeside, heavy on symbolism, and on display at Wallington

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David was drawn to the wide variety of structures that can be seen from this viewpoint. Many of them provide a snapshot into different periods of architectural history including Medieval and Victorian. This is a limited edition print produced from an original watercolour featuring the city of Newcas

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David discovered this interesting scene within a north eastern mining community. The yard was part of a large collection of allotments and pigeon houses. When photographed, the sleeping guard dog became very angry when woken by the click of the camera!  This is a limited edition print produced

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Robin Hood's Tree - Sycamore Gap Arguably the most dramatic stretch of Hadrian’s Wall, Sycamore Gap has also become known as Robin Hood’s Tree. David was inspired by a Sunset that bathed the landscape in a wash of pink light. This is a limited edition print produced from an original watercolour

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Edinburgh CastleThis is a limited edition print produced from an original watercolour. It depicts the grandeur of Edinburgh Castle, looking down over the city. David has captured the coloured halos of the street lamps as they recede down to the Grass Market.

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Fizzies were a local name for 50cc Yamaha mopeds which we used to get around town at breakneck speed.

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Craster Harbour signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Summer at Cullercoats signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Craster Lobster Pots signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Bamburgh Castle signed limited edition print by Joanne Wishart

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Life on the Tyne signed limited edition print by Roy Francis Kirton

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Tynside Cinemaby Anthony Marshall signed limited edition print

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Swan Bank 2 signed limited edition print by Roy Francis Kirton

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