Cheap fares for schools and pleasure parties, by Kate M Burrell, 1928 - Poster and Artwork collection online from the London Transport Museum I don't know if it real or ironic. This kind of art can be used to make something ironic and witty.
Cheap fares for school and pleasure parties, by Freda Lingstrom, 1929 Published by Underground Electric Railway Company Ltd, 1929 Printed by The Baynard Press, Format: Double royal Dimensions: Width: Height: Reference number:
London Underground Tube Fare Poster Vintage Print This is a reproduction of a fare sign that was used in the London Underground to inform passengers of the fare from a station to other stations on the line. The original posters were used in the 1920s and 30s. The “d” stands for pence/penny, and compared to today’s fares on the tube, is a real bargain. This poster is printed on 11x14 archival paper that produces rich colors and retains its beauty for decades.
"THE LAP OF LUXURY First Lap · Last Lap Between These Hours London's Underground Maintains A Continuous Performance", - Illustration and Typo Design by Frederick Charles Herrick () ~ Original Vintage London Underground Poster.