The Railway Rations Hamper

£25.00

This yummy hamper includes a mug of your choice (see below), a fine tin of tea bags featuring the Flying Scotsman, a box of S&DR shortbread rounds featuring John Wigston’s Dawn of a New Era, a blank greetings card with the same image and a delicious bar of Train milk chocolate  They come packaged in a handy reusable hessian bag with our S&DR logo on the front – useful for packed lunches. If you would like this gift to be for two people, just add another mug to your basket and use the additional information box at the checkout to let us know that they are both to go in the hamper.

Sadly we cannot post this hamper outside the UK.

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Description

Flying Scotsman Tea Tin with 40 English Breakfast Tea Bags. The Flying Scotsman was built for the London & North Eastern Railway in 1923 by the Doncaster works. It was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. It was the first steam locomotive to be officially recorded travelling at 100mph. It is still hauling special passenger tours today.

A box of S&DR shortbread featuring John Wigston’s ‘Dawn of a New Era’ on the front. Your hamper will also include a blank greetings card and envelope with the same image, ready for you to write your own message or leave blank for the luck recipient to use.

A bar of Train milk chocolate.

Pick you own mug to go in the hamper from our £9 mug range. Simply add a note to say which mug you would like when you order. If you don’t express a preference we will as the S&DR mug. The choices are:

The S&DR Mug

The LNER (Late & Never Early Mug)

The Astonishment and Admiration Mug

or, the Beautiful Line mug.

The bag: The sturdy hessian bag which holds your goodies measures 25cm wide x 21cm high (excluding handles) and 14cm deep and features the S&DR 1825 logo on one side. The hamper comes with a small S&DR certificate explaining the railway interest behind each goody within and a card luggage tag for your message.[/learn_more]

 

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