|BC201A||Classic Locomotives - Railway Magazine Stamps Cover, unsigned||£60.00||Limited Availability|
|BC201IOM2||Classic Locomotives - Railway Magazine Stamps Cover, with extra Isle of Man stamp & postmark||£60.00||Limited Availability|
|BC201AS||Classic Locomotives - Railway Magazine Stamps Cover, signed by Sir William McAlpine||£75.00||Buy Now|
Issue Date: 13/01/2004
Issue Name: Classic Locomotives - Railway Magazine Stamps Cover
Producer: Buckingham Covers
The set of ‘Classic Locomotives’ stamps was the most popular issue of 2004. Both mint stamps and first day covers have since become highly sought after by collectors. This lovely cover was produced for Britain's best-selling Railway Magazine. Terence Cuneo's famous painting of The Flying Scotsman makes it just superb. It features all 6 Classic Locomotive stamps along with a Railway Magazine, London SE1 postmark and is available signed by Sir William McAlpine.
The Railway Magazine
For more than a century The Railway Magazine has been synonymous with the railway scene. Its brand heritage is unrivaled in its field, and it remains a clear and trusted voice for the railway community, covering all aspects of the scene - from steam through to modern developments.
The Railway Magazine is Britain's best selling general interest rail title. Published continously since 1897, it commands the utmost respect among professionals and enthusiasts for authoratative and informed news coverage of Network Rail and the train operating companies, Locomotives, muntiple units, carraiges and wagons. The steam, heritage and preservation world and Metro and Underground systems.
The Railway Magazine is renowned for its wide ranging and innovative feature coverage, encompassing historical, nostalgic and overseas subjects as well as contemporary and controversial issues, in addition to superb political content.
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Sir William Hepburn McAlpine, 6th Baronet, FRSE was a British businessman who was director of the construction company Sir Robert McAlpine.