This travel poster was originally used by British Railways to promote tourism to Northern Ireland. The poster shows the Walls of Londonderry (also known as Derry). The river in the poster is the river Foyle. The age of the original travel poster dates to 1952 approximately.
Dress Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: ca. 1842 Materials and Techniques: Silk satin, lined with cotton, calico and glazed cotton, brass, and reinforced with whalebone Museum number: T.848&A-1974 | V&A
So I've become fond of this idea. Vintage maps (because Scott loves them and we both love road trips together) and vintage sheet music (because I love it) mingling with the flowers in my bouquet. (Poems, etc from books?)