AVAILABLE JUNE 2017
An Odyssey in Steam, David C Bell’s fifth book, is a product of two of his passions – paintings and steam engines. This work goes back many years with the author painting these engineering masterpieces. It is a unique look at the railway industry during the steam age – featuring the numerous engines from The National Railway Museum of York collection, the Flying Scotsman, NYMR, Carr Loco Doncaster and many more.
This odyssey has been illustrated and annotated by the author to produce a book that will be coveted by any railway enthusiast. It is not only fascinating to read but a stunning marriage of words and pictures.
- Beautifully illustrated and annotated by David C Bell, a railway and maritime artist of note
- A unique history on the steam age from 'Rocket' to 'Mallard'
- With an introduction from Ross Morell
- Presents numerous engines from the resident collection at The National Railway Museum of York
- Features the Flying Scotsman, NYMR, coronations, Carr Loco Doncaster and any more
David C Bell, born in Lincolnshire in 1950, attended Trinity House Navigation School and joined the Merchant Navy as a navigator. Nine years later he changed careers and gained a BA Honours Degrees at Hull College of Art. He is primarily known as a marine artist and his first ever commission was of a Vulcan bomber, but it was sea water and steam which proved to be his main attraction in painting for a living. His previous titles include the bestselling A Nautical Odyssey and most recently, H M S Victory.
- Book Specifications
Sub Heading 'Rocket' to 'Evening Star' ISBN 9781846892523 Author David C Bell Binding Hardback Extent 102 pages, 248 x 300mm Illustrations Paintings Ebook No
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