The Railway Paintings of

Philip D Hawkins painting signature

The paintings of Philip D. Hawkins FGRA.

This is a selection of Philip's work, which, over time will be rotated with new and existing paintings to reward your return visits with a broader appreciation of the range of his work.

Cock O' The North
'Cock O' The North'

Sir Nigel Gresley's magnificent P2 class 2-8-2 No.2001 'Cock O' The North' seen here at Wood Green working an up train during its running-in period on the East Coast main line during 1934. Designed for the severe Edinburgh-Aberdeen route this locomotive and its five sisters were later rebuilt by Edward Thompson into indifferent Pacifics during the 1940s.

'Cock O' The North' - is now available, only from the artist, as a high quality signed print as follows:-

A high quality giclee fine art print signed by the artist, image size 534mm x 356mm (21in x 14in), print size 584mm x 419mm (23in x 16.5in) on 280gsm white cotton Museum paper stock, with title and caption . Cost is £105 inc p&p.

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Twilight of the Twenties
'Twilight of the Twenties'
Wolverhampton Rendezvous
'Wolverhampton Rendezvous'
Pendolino - Heading North
'Pendolino - Heading North'
Morning Rush
'Morning Rush'
Summer Saturday at Snow Hill
'Summer Saturday at Snow Hill'
Carlisle Citadel
'Carlisle Citadel'
Express Freight - East Coast Style
'Express Freight - East Coast Style'
Steam in the Valley
'Steam in the Valley'
Battle at Brickyard Crossing
'Battle at Brickyard Crossing'
Sunday Diversion
'Sunday Diversion'
Crewes Finest
'Crewes Finest'
Southern Pacific
'Southern Pacific'
Night Wolf
'Night Wolf'
The Yorkshire Pullman
'The Yorkshire Pullman'
Duchess of the Night
'Duchess of the Night'
Into the Night
'Into the Night'
Waiting in the Night
'Waiting in the Night'

Please go to the contact page or click here if you would like to talk to the artist regarding these paintings, prints or even a commission of your own idea.

Many of Philip's paintings, not all of which are shown here, are available as high quality prints from either the Quicksilver Publishing website at: or The Guild of Railway Artists website at: Please visit their online shops to view the range available.

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