Steve Wyse HonGRA

Ramsgate Harbour Station

London artist and musician, Steve Wyse now lives in Ramsgate on the east Kent coast. His first railway artworks were painted in oils but when he discovered the Apple-Mac computer in the early 90's the brushes and paints were sidelined to make way for a new sleek 30Mhz Macintosh.
Steve is a professional graphic designer who has produced a wealth of print and web material for companies as diverse as Pepsi, Disney and Sky BSB plus designs over 70 DVD and CD covers for artists both great and small.


Ramsgate Harbour Station 1911

South Eastern & Chatham Railway, Wainwright D-class locomotive No.747, complete with a train of new 'Birdcage' coaching stock, is seen leaving Ramsgate Harbour Station in the spring of 1911 with the 11:55am departure for London Victoria.
Available as a fine art print in our Print Shop

The Kentish Belle Pullman

Bulleid Battle of Britain class locomotive No. 34070 'Manston' is seen climbing Sole Street bank with the London bound Kentish Belle Pullman service.
Available as a fine art print in our Print Shop

St. Leonards Warrior Square

Maunsell 'Schools' class 4-4-0 locomotive No.30924 'Haileybury' about to enter the 788 yard Hastings tunnel as it departs St. Leonards Warrior Square railway station with a train from London Charing Cross in the summer of 1957.
Available as a fine art print in our Print Shop

Chelsfield Station 1957

Southern Railway 4-4-0 'Schools' class No.30903 'Charterhouse' passes Chelsfield station with a Charing Cross to Hastings express. The SR 'Schools' class steam locomotive designed by Richard Maunsell for the Southern Railway was one of the finest British steam locomotives and operated mainly in Kent and East Sussex on lines with severe restrictions such as the Tonbridge to Hastings and Chatham to Ramsgate.
Available as a fine art print in our Print Shop

Edge Hill Cutting

Ex LMS rebuilt Royal Scot class No.46124 'London Scottish Regiment' is seen climbing up the 1 in 88 gradient out of Liverpool Lime Street railway station through the mile and a quarter long Edge Hill cutting in the summer of 1956 with an express bound for London Euston.
Available as a fine art print in our Print Shop

Nottingham Victoria

One of only two rebuilt Jubilee class locomotives, No.45735 'Comet' leaves the ex Great Central Railway station, Nottingham Victoria, in the summer of 1964 with a semi-fast train to London Marylebone.
Available as a fine art print in our Print Shop

Kings Cross 1955

Ex London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) Peppercorn Class A1 4-6-2 No. 60136 'Alcazar' awaits departure from London Kings Cross station with an express to Newcastle in 1955.
Available as a fine art print in our Print Shop

DRB Pacific Portrait

Deutsche Reichsbahn class 003. The class 003 engines were still on duty at Ulm in 1971. The last survivor, No.003 131, was withdrawn in 1972.

Black 5 at Preston

Final days for steam at Preston station.
The driver of Stanier Black 5 No.44778 waits the signal to clear.

Rocket to the Moon

Inspired by Henri de Montaut's 1869 illustration of a train bound for the Moon. This was created using an early version of Cinema 4D software.

The Magic Roundabout

Painted in 1994. 'The Magic Roundabout' was trucker-speak for the M25 motorway.

Another Planet

The painting that inspired Virgin Trains 'Zombie' advertising campaign of 2010. Painted in 1993 - before the Railways Act was passed. The artwork was a vision of the future... Virgin Trains did not come in to being until five years after this painting.

Virgin's Zombie Poster

Virgin used Steve's idea 17 years later in their 'Zombie' advertising campaign.

Just Like Clockwork

More nonesense with Cinema 4D software.

Paint Your Wagon

Again, created with Cinema 4D software.

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