British Coal Miniatures

MM08 Leaving the Lock Coal Sculpture.RMS Titanic used 825 tons of British coal every day, so it is rather appropriate that this beautiful model of the Titanic is made with deep mined British coal Approximate size Height 40mm x Length 220mm x Width These Meticulously detailed coal figurines, coal models & coal miniatures, each one handmade by skilled craftsmen from the coal industry with British coal. Due to the nature of coal, no two pieces will be the same, making each one a unique gift The history of carving sculptures from coal can be traced back 6,000-7,000 years. The jet black decorative artefacts that were discovered at the cultural stratum at the Xinle ruins in Shenyang, in Northern China's Liaoning Province, include some of the earliest coal carvings..LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman Made from deep mined British coal. Approx size:- Height 40mm x Length 160mm x width 30mm The LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman (originally No. 1472) was built in 1923 for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER)It was designed by H N Gresley and built at Doncaster railway works in Doncaster. It was used as a long-distance express train on the LNER and by its successors, British Railways Eastern and North-Eastern Regions, most notably the 10am London to Edinburgh Flying Scotsman service from which the locomotive got its name. When it was completed in1923 it initially had the number 1472 and was a flagship locomotive for the LNER. It represented the company during the British Empire exhibition at Wembley in 1924 & 1925. It was at this time it acquired the new number 4472 Flying scotsman. It was one of five locomotives used on the prestigious non stop flying Scotsman train service between London and Edinburgh. In 1934 it became the first locomotive to be officially recorded at 100 mph

British Coal Miniature Models

Meticulously detailed coal miniatures, each one handmade by skilled craftsmen from the coal industry with British coal. Due to the nature of coal, no two pieces will be the same, making each one a unique gift. from £8.00

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"Leaving The Lock"

Canal boats carried tons of British coal every day, so it is rather appropriate that this beautiful model is made with deep mined British coal Approximate size Height 45mm x Length 180mm x Width 70mm

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RMS Titanic

Titanic used 825 tons of British coal every day. Approximate size Height 40mm x Length 220mm x Width

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LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman

Built in 1923 in Doncaster. Approx size:- Height 40mm x Length 160mm x width 30mm

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