Over 10 hours of footage on 4 DVDS PLUS historic memorabilia and hardback book
From the day that Flying Scotsman rolled out of Doncaster Works in 1923, she was destined for stardom. Christened after the flagship London to Edinburgh express service she was built to haul, she accumulated record after record and became an icon of British engineering and ingenuity. In telling the complete story of Sir Nigel Gresley's masterpiece, we have edited together ten exquisite films, compiled a beautifully illustrated book, and scoured the archives at the National Railway Museum to reproduce unique memorabilia from Flying Scotsman's action-packed life.
The Official Flying Scotsman Collection is being sold exclusively from this site. With only 10,000 packs available worldwide, each one comes with its own certificate of authenticity. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of steam locomotive history
Included in this deluxe official collection:
4 DVD Set
Eleven stunning programmes over four discs documenting the standout moments in FLYING SCOTSMANS's incredible life. Footage includes No. 4472's tours in North America between 1969 and 1973, FLYING SOCTSMAN's historic visit to Australia in 1988 as well as in-depth coverage of its recent overhaul at the National Railway Museum. This collection also includes the 1929 romantic thriller "The Flying Scotsman", featuring Moore Marriott and Ray Milland + ‘A Rail Romance’, the highly acclaimed documentary as seen on the BBC.
148 page hard back book
Packed with beautiful and rare photographs, James S. Baldwin tells the full story of Flying Scotsman's remarkable life, documenting in stunning detail the highs and lows of her numerous adventures.
A collection of authentic memorabilia created from original items. These include a 1926 King's Cross to York ticket (Fare 23s 6d), twelve 1930s destination luggage labels, 'Your Journey Times' leaflet from 1932, a 1950 music sheet of The Flying Scotsman Piano Solo, 1962 luncheon menu card & wine list, 1963 "Save Our Scotsman" poster, engine history cards, postcards and a set of five engineer's technical drawings.