Vintage travel poster produced by British Railways showing an image of a Scottish village near Ballachulish in the western highlands of Scotland. Description from travelpostersonline.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
A German messenger dog leaps a trench, possibly near Sedan on the Western Front, May Two soldiers are just visible in the trench behind and beneath the dog. German First World War Official Exchange Collection, IWM.
These chess pieces, called the Lewis Chessmen, were found in Scotland (Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides) at some point before 1831 and were probably made in Scandinavia (thought to be Norway) about Walrus ivory and whales’ teeth.The British Museum.
LHF Boston Ballpark: Inspired by the Boston Red Sox logo, which itself is modeled after old circus poster lettering from the late This well-balanced font features several variations on the lowercase, plus 12 bonus alternates for maximum creativity.
World War One: Cameronian officer Robin Morley negotiates a flooded trench at Bois Grenier in January after the pumps provided by the Royal Engineers had failed to persuade 'French water to run uphill'/
Cornwall, England. Vintage Great Western Railway (GWR) Travel Poster by Leonard Cusden. 1937