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In 1928, the Flying Scotsman changed the course of locomotive history by travelling from London to Edinburgh non-stop. Thus began a legend that captured the imagination of the world and today, over 80 years later, the story of the Flying Scotsman is as popular as ever. Now you too can be a part of it,

In 1928, the Flying changed the course of locomotive history by travelling from London to Edinburgh non-stop. Thus began a legend that captured the imagination of the world and today, over 80 years later, the story of the Flying is as popular as ever. Now you too can be a part of it, by celebrating this icon of steam in a truly original way, with the Legend Of Locomotion Anniversary Mantel Clock, exclusively from The Bradford Exchange. Our handsome anniversary clock is a first for the collectables market and boasts the sought after Flying stamp of approval. Each clock is meticulously and finished by hand and features an elaborate Heirloom with authentic Flying Scotsman branding, dual track motifs and a graphic interpretation of the halfway sign between London and Edinburgh. The clock itself is a masterpiece of design, sporting luxurious golden trim and a sophisticated black face, styled to resemble the front of the Flying Scotsmans engine. A sculptural Flying Scotsman train set beneath moves gently back and forth, adding another eye catching feature to admire wherever you choose to display your new mantel clock. Order now!

Product Features

  • Sculptural replica Flying Scotsman train moves gently back and forth
  • Decorated with authentic Flying Scotsman branding
  • Captivating clock with precision quartz movement
  • Requires 2 ‘AA’ batteries (not included)
  • Measures 9.5 inches (24 cm) in height

Comments

Anonymous says:

A great clock for all steam enthusiasts! Delightful, eye-catching timepiece inside a smart glass dome. The clock face resembles the smokebox door of a steam locomotive. The two miniature models of ‘Flying Scotsman’ at the base of the clock revolve every 6 seconds and provide a great deal of visual interest. My only slight criticism is that the revolving apparatus is driven by a motor, rather than a spring mechanism. As such, there is a slight whirr and clunk audible during each cycle. However, overall I’m very pleased with the quality…

Anonymous says:

kept it as i do like it. dome doesnt have a recess in which … kept it as i do like it. dome doesnt have a recess in which to fit, clock features off centre and very noisy mechanism. this clock needs to go back to the drawing board.

Anonymous says:

Bought as a 65th birthday present – beautifully presented and packaged Absolutely lovely! Bought as a 65th birthday present – beautifully presented and packaged. Superb!

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