'Guernsey Brunel Bicentenary Postage Stamps'

1806 ~ 1859
The Guernsey Brunel Bicentenary Postage Stamps celebrates the Bicentenary of Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 ~ 1859). His engineering masterpiece the Great Western Railway and it’s​ part in delivering the mail to Guernsey. This issue depicts the Guernsey mail as it travels from Paddington Station over the Wharncliffe Viaduct to Weymouth. From there via the Channel Island Steam Packet to Guernsey docks. This issue was painted and airbrushed using acrylics.
Guernsey First Day Cover with six Brunel postage stamps.

The First Day Cover

Guernsey postage stamp for Brunel's Bicentenary, showing a Duke class loco leaving Paddington Station.

The Duke Class loco no.3258 ‘King Arthur’

Ready to pull the mail out of Paddington Station.

Guernsey Presentation Pack with illustrations of Brunel and a Duke class loco.

The Presentation Pack Cover.

Various illustrated scenes from Guernsey postage stamps - Brunel Prestige Booklet

The Prestige Booklet

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