Mallard Steam Train Class A4 Greetings Card
Two fold, zig zag greetings card with hand cut design to describe the trains shape. Illustration of the my favourite train the Class A4 Mallard Steam Train No. 4468. Illustrated with a blend of watercolour and digital drawing.
- Blank white space on the back for your own message
- Printed commercially on thick 350gsm silk art board
- Double sided so train is visible from both sides
- 145mm square when folded
- Hand finished by me - cut, creased and folded
Free UK delivery. During lockdown I am happy to handwrite your message and send your card straight to the recipient, just add a note to your order with the words or send me a message.
A great birthday card or father's day card for any steam train fan.
The Mallard is currently is on display at National Railway Museum in York, well worth a look onboard if you get the opportunity.
London and North Eastern Railway locomotive number 4468 named Mallard is a Class A4 4-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster Works, England in 1938. The A4 class was designed by Nigel Gresley for the high-speed with its aerodynamic body. The Mallard achieved the world speed record for steam locomotives at 126 mph (203 km/h)