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Choose from 10 pictures in our Buffer collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Express Passenger Locomotive of the Royal Scot 4-6-0 class, 1935-36
Express Passenger Locomotive of the Royal Scot 4-6-0 class, 1935-36
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The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross Station, hauled by No. 2563, 1935-36
The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross Station, hauled by No. 2563, 1935-36
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Turbine-Driven Pacific belonging to the L.M.S. Railway, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
Turbine-Driven Pacific belonging to the L.M.S. Railway, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
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119 Miles an Hour was attained on a trial run by this new German streamlined locomotive
119 Miles an Hour was attained on a trial run by this new German streamlined locomotive
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The Mighty Express passenger engine of the Great Western Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown
The Mighty Express passenger engine of the Great Western Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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The Princess Royal , a 4-6-2 type express engine on the L.M.S. system, 1935
The Princess Royal , a 4-6-2 type express engine on the L.M.S. system, 1935
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Engine Headlamps and Discs on the Southern Railway, 1926
Engine Headlamps and Discs on the Southern Railway, 1926
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Railway Responsability, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain
Railway Responsability, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain
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Poor Buffer, 1878. Artist: Joseph Swain
Poor Buffer, 1878. Artist: Joseph Swain
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Gold buffer torque thought to have been discovered in the Ardnaglug bog near Knock
Gold buffer torque thought to have been discovered in the Ardnaglug bog near Knock
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Poor Buffer, 1878. Artist: Joseph Swain Featured Image

Poor Buffer, 1878. Artist: Joseph Swain

Poor Buffer, 1878. The Ameer of Afghanistan, holding a tiny shield and raised sword, straddles the buffers of a Russian steam train. Russia was important to the British Empire because she bordered Afghanistan. The Russian train is heading towards Turkey which, being independent, had been seen as a buffer state between Russia and British interests in the Eastern Mediterranean. However, as Turkish power waned and Russian ambition grew, Turkey was increasingly a Poor Buffer, with Russian encroachment giving the Ameer of Afghanistan a route through previously secure areas. The lines below are: Danger signals up. Prospect of Collision at the Afghan Junction'. At the bottom are some lines from Shakespeare's Hamlet. From Punch, or the London Charivari, October 19, 1878

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