Scotland for the Holidays - railway brochure issued by the London Midland & Scottish Railway/London & North Eastern Railway, illustration by V L Danvers - c1930
During the 1930s the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMSR) and the London North Eastern Railway (LNER) issued a range of joint publications for areas they both served - such as London & Scotland. The Scotland brochure was an annual publication featuring a striking colour cover by different artists. This illustration is by Verney L Danvers.
Monaco Grand Prix Car Poster
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'London - St Paul's Cathedral', LNER poster, 1939., Bateman, James
'London - St Paul's Cathedral', LNER poster, 1939. by Bateman, James. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, postcards and mugs. SSPL Science and Society Picture Library
Shrewsbury, England - Old Market Hall View British Railways Poster
An affordable alternative to original art, canvas pops off the wall with rich texture, color and detail. The artist-grade, acid-free cotton canvas is protected with a UV coating that eliminates glare. Item #4101244
Irish Travel Poster, Shipping, Larne Ireland boat ferry
This vintage travel poster shows an image of the Larne to Stranraer ferry which ran between Northern Ireland and Scotland. The original poster was used by British Railways to advertise the Sealink service. The ships referred to in this poster were introduced in 1932 and 1934 by the LMS railway. This poster dates to 1934 . It shows the "Princess Maud", the newer of the two ships in loch Ryan approaching Stranraer. This poster is printed using only genuine inks on premium heavy weight photo…
Nottinghamshire - Newbould
Nottinghamshire - Newbould Various Artists' British Railway Posters Title - Nottinghamshire - Sherwood Forest - See England by Rail . Location - Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, England. Artist - Frank Newbould (1887-1951) . Description - Robin Hood is probably the best known Nottinghamshire character. Here he is depicted in his Lincoln green suit, having just let loose an arrow in Sherwood Forest, with deer under the tree in the background. Ye ar Published - 1939 Size - Double Royal…