Flying Scotsman

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Description

The name Flying Scotsman is renowned across the world, but the detailed story of the globally famous locomotive is often less well known. In the 120-page, illustrated Flying Scotsman paperback, James S. Baldwin takes the reader on a railway journey through time, documenting the years of public and private ownership, from the Great Northern Railway in the early days, right through LNER and British Railways possession, to the tenure of Alan Pegler, Sir William McAlpine, Pete Waterman and beyond. With the engine having been acquired by the National Railway Museum in 2004, the future looks secure.

Complete with stunning black-and-white and colour illustrations, the Flying Scotsman book is the perfect package to allow Flying Scotsman enthusiasts, young and old, to get a real taste of the rich history of the ‘most famous steam locomotive in the world’.

Product Details
  • Product Code: 349802
  • Product Dimensions: 21.1 cm x 19.4 x cm 1.4 cm
Delivery & Returns
  • Standard UK Mainland Delivery - £5.99
  • UK Offshore Delivery Zone 1 - £11.95
  • UK Offshore Delivery Zone 2 - £18.00
  • EU Zone 1 - £13.00
  • EU ZONE 2 - £16.00
  • International Delivery - We regret that we do not currently deliver to addresses outside the EU

Read our full delivery policy here.

Please note - all orders are sent using UK Mail delivery which must be signed for. If the courier is unable to deliver your order, it will be returned to our warehouse and you will be refunded in full.

If for any reason you are unsatisfied with your purchase we will happily offer you a full refund or replacement within 30 days of delivery. Read our full returns policy here.

Last order dates for Christmas

We want your orders to arrive in time for Christmas, so we recommended ordering your gifts before these dates:

•    Standard UK Mainland delivery: 12pm Monday 18 December  
•    EU delivery: 12pm Monday 11 December

There will be no despatches between the following dates:

•    Saturday 23rd December - Tuesday 26th December
•    Friday 29th December - Monday 1st January

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