Chris Pulham Railway Artist

Portrait of a Crocodile


English Electric Deltic outside “Locomotion” on a lovely summers evening.


Oils on canvas 20” x 16”

A Hard Life was painted as a foil to "J52 Quietly Gleaming" and is a view of the same J52 but depicted as work stained and travel weary.


Oil on canvas 20" x 20".


A Hard Life.

A Spring Clean at Stainmore

Fletcher 901.


The front end of NER No 910, a steam engine of the 901 class, showing the copper pipes and brass valves to good advantage.


Acrylics on canvas 20" x 20".


Worked Hard.


A close up of a motion on one of the locos at Shildon.


Acrylic on canvas 10" x 14".


Sunset at Locomotion

Sunset at Locomotion

A Moment of Quiet Reflection

8F ‘48196’ rusty and looking a bit forlorn, as the end of steam rapidly approaches.


Acrylics on canvas 24” x 16”

Lurking in the Shadows

Condenser fitted N2 0-6-2T 69538 is flanked by L1 2-6-4T's 67793 and 67749 outside the 'Met' shed at Kings Cross.


Acrylics on canvas 30” x 20”

Lion - The Pride of Beamish

Lion, one of Beamish colliery draught horses pulling a north eastern coal wagon through the pit yard.


Oils on canvas 36” x 28”

Portrait of a Crocodile


ES1 known as a “crocodile” by the people who worked with them.


Acrylics on canvas 16” x 12”

Waiting to be Turned

Waiting to be Turned

The painting Shows LNER A3 Shotover still right-hand drive despite the recent rebuild from A1 to A3, about to enter the turntable, situated in the small loco yard by King's Cross station.


Acrylics on canvas 30” x 20”

ROD - At Rest

ROD - At Rest

A very neglected old workhorse standing cold at Stavely Engine Shed.


Acrylics on canvas 24” x 18”