Meccano The Railway Covers 2006
Rockwell Railways Meccano The Railway Covers 2006 Meccano The Railway Covers 2006 10 - More front covers from the heyday of Meccano Magazine dated between 1929 and 1963 are illustrated by dramatic pictures of Britain’s steam railway history – a Flying Scotsman-type Pacific, the 1939 “New Coronation Scot”, “The White Rose” departing Leeds in 1951, a Britannia Loco hauling the westbound “Merchant Venturer” in 1952, a magnificent Gresley A4 streamlined Pacific leaving Kings Cross with “The Norseman” for Newcastle in 1956, express goods from Aberdeen on the Forth Bridge and so on. Terrific. Size 68 x 36mm
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Meccano The Railway Covers 2006

Issuer: Rockwell Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: More front covers from the heyday of Meccano Magazine dated between 1929 and 1963 are illustrated by dramatic pictures of Britain’s steam railway history – a Flying Scotsman-type Pacific, the 1939 “New Coronation Scot”, “The White Rose” departing Leeds in 1951, a Britannia Loco hauling the westbound “Merchant Venturer” in 1952, a magnificent Gresley A4 streamlined Pacific leaving Kings Cross with “The Norseman” for Newcastle in 1956, express goods from Aberdeen on the Forth Bridge and so on. Terrific. Size 68 x 36mm Number of cards in set: 10

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