BR Green Patriot 45548 'Lytham St. Annes'

£25.00

Jonathan Clay has produced these superb signed A3 size prints from original watercolour paintings featuring three Patriot class locomotives. Available exclusively from the LMS-Patriot Project.

£20 + £5.00 P&P

Price: £25.00

LMS Patriot 5519 'Lady Godiva'

£25.00

Jonathan Clay has produced these superb signed A3 size prints from original watercolour paintings featuring three Patriot class locomotives. Available exclusively from the LMS-Patriot Project.

£20 + £5.00 P&P

Price: £25.00

"Royal Signals" print

£13.00

The late John Willerton, kindly donated some of his prints of 'Patriot' 45504 'Royal Signals' at Birmingham New Street station. Titled "Royal Signals" and Semaphores, the superb print also features BR Standard Class 5 number 73155. Measuring 20.5" x 15". Printed on good quality card.

£8 + £5.00 P&P

Price: £13.00

Limited Edition Print of 45551 'The Unknown Warrior' On shed at Llangollen'

£59.95

The LMS-Patriot Project has teamed up with transport artist Colin Wright to produce a superb Limited Edition print of 'The Unknown Warrior' on shed at Llangollen. Limited to 500 prints, £5 from the sale of each print is being donated to The Royal British Legion in recognition that 'The Unknown Warrior' has been endorsed as the new National Memorial Engine. The print measures 27.5" x 22" (700mm x 560mm) and is hand signed by the artist and by David Bradshaw, Chairman of The LMS-Patriot Project. A signed Limited Edition certificate of authenticity is also included.

Price: £59.95

Volunteers Help Paint 'The Unknown Warrior'

LMS-Patriot Project members and volunteers have been preparing and painting the frames and driving wheels at Llangollen and Tyseley Works respectively.
During October and November volunteers have been working to needlegun, prime and undercoat the frames.

Engineering update - October 2013

The two outside motion brackets and boiler support brackets have now been cast and have been machined. The cab has been ordered from R.D. Moore's at Coalville for delivery at the end of October. The driving wheels have had all the tyres turned at Tyseley Locomotive Works, where work on machining the driving wheel axleboxes has been completed. These will be taken to the Llangollen Railway Works to be fitted to the frames. The rolling chassis with cab and smokebox will be exhibited at the National Memorial Arboretum and the Warley National Model Railway exhibition during November.

Events Update - September 2013

September has been an extremely busy month for our dedicated Sales Team. As many of you will have seen, we took the sales stand to the Barry at War Weekend, Llangollen Autumn Gala, Telford O Gauge Exhibition, Pontypool & Blaenavon Gala, Nene Valley Railway Gala, SVR Autumn Gala, GCR Gala, NRM Shildon, and Barrow Hill Doncaster weekend. We have signed up many new Members and Donors at these events, and with the excellent response we have received from our Steam Railway appeal during August, we are rapidly approaching our 1000th linear member!

'The Unknown Warrior' to visit the National Memorial Arboretum

The LMS-Patriot Company, the charitable new build steam locomotive project which is building the Royal British Legion Endorsed National Memorial Engine, 'The Unknown Warrior', will be displaying the partially completed engine at the National Memorial Arboretum between 12-3pm on 21st November 2013.

Boiler Loan Scheme Launched to Raise Funds for New British Built Boiler for 'The Unknown Warrior'

The LMS-Patriot Company, the charitable project who are building the new Royal British Legion endorsed national memorial engine, has launched a fundraising scheme to complete the all new £477,000 boiler for ‘The Unknown Warrior’. The LMS-Patriot Company is seeking loans from supporters to finance the boiler. Loans will be repaid with an attractive fixed rate 2.5% compound interest rate after 15 years. Interest on loans will start to be repaid from 2020, by which time ‘The Unknown Warrior’will be a revenue earning engine.

Fundraising push for 'The Unknown Warrior'

The front of 'The Unknown Warrior' appeared on the front cover of Steam Railway magazine (issue 418) which was published on 16th August. This was the first time that the front of a 'Patriot' had been seen since 1963 and was part of a general appeal to raise £150,000 to complete the bottom end. A new fundraising leaflet was also inserted in every copy of Steam Railway magazine.

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