LNER Gresley A1 pacific 2544 emerged from The Plant in July 1924 but wasn't named Lemberg until August 1925 which narrows the date of this beautiful portrait down to a time frame of only 13 months. The location is almost certainly Doncaster which, if nothing else, is apt.According to Yeadon's Register the loco was named after the 1910 Derby winner owned by a Mr. A. W. Cox. No. 2544 was subsequently enhanced, reclassified as an A3 and received the BR number 60045 surviving into her 41st year of service. Withdrawal came from 51A Darlington in November 1964.