“The baron is wearing a stylised station masters uniform, with various railway memorabilia around the base: including signals, timetables, and various images from the past. On the baron’s back is an impressionistic image of a steam locomotive crossing the bridge at Brayford Pool in the 1960’s, with the Cathedral standing proudly on the skyline.” – Peter Annable
By Peter Annable
An artist, illustrator, and art tutor. I enjoy painting most subjects, including portraits, landscapes and animals, and as a full member of the Guild of Railway Artists, railways. I have recently written, illustrated, and self published a children’s book: ‘Durdle The Dragon’.
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