Flying Scotsman - The Watch You'll Enjoy Watching

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Innovative, fascinating, intriguing...the Flying Scotsman from Mr Jones Watches is simply unique. Around the dial there's a rotating graphic depicting the train's journey (circa 1931) from London to Edinburgh.
So at departure time - 10am - there's an image of King's Cross, then eight and a quarter hours later (6.15pm) you'll see the Scott Monument by Waverley Station.

In between, famous landmarks appear, including: York Minster and the Forth Bridge. After 6.15pm? there are scenes from the moonlit journey back to London.

Traditionally analogue in design, there are no batteries (it's self-winding) or digital graphics. Instead the full-colour artwork was painted by Scottish artist and railway enthusiast Peter McDermott.

In a PVD-coated stainless steel case and mounted on a black leather strap, the Flying Scotsman is water-resistant to 5ATM.

Guaranteed for 12 months.

Flying Scotsman

The LNER Class A3 Pacific locomotive no.4472 Flying Scotsman (originally no.1472) was built in 1923 for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) at Doncaster Works to a design of H.N. Gresley. It was employed on long-distance express trains on the LNER and its successors, British Railways Eastern and North-Eastern Regions, notably the 10am London to Edinburgh Flying Scotsman service after which this locomotive was named. In its career 4472 Flying Scotsman has travelled 2,000,000 miles (3,200,000 km).
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13 May 2017
What does the button on the left side of the watch do as the picture is no moving
The button on the opposite of the winder has no function. It is part of the design feature as the movement sits the other way up in this particular watch.
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