Pennsy Pin-Up II by yankeedog on DeviantArt
Every Mile Electrified! New York City to DC. The Northeast Corridor (NEC) is the busiest passenger rail line in the United States by ridership and servi... Pennsy Pin-Up II
TU1 Vintage Warwick Castle Railway Travel Poster Print A3 17"x12" | eBay
A3 (432 x 305mm) 17" x 12" Approx. We are more than confident though that you will be delighted with the quality. High Quality 190gsmSatin Photo Paper (White). Paper options.
'York', BR poster, 1948-1965. | memoryprints.com | High quality art prints
'York', BR poster, 1948-1965. by Steel, Kenneth. High quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. memoryprints.com
Turismo Viejuno (II)
Nos encanta, de vez en cuando, coger nuestro Delorean y utilizar un pasaje ficticio al pasado. Repetimos la experiencia, con 25 carteles llenos de clichés, de color y de historia.
New Zealand Railways Publicity Branch: Fiordland, Southland; scenic trip by train & railway motor / N.Z. Railways Studios. Issued by the N.Z. Railways Publicity Branch. [ca 1938-1939] | National Library of New Zealand
Shows an illustration of a lake or fiord scene in Fiordland. In conversation with Hamish Thompson in 2005, Jim Morrison, an employee of the Railw...
Royal Border Bridge, River Tweed, Northumberland. BR Vintage Travel Poster by Terence Cuneo
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote rail travel between England and Scotland on the East Coast route, which passed through Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland. The poster shows a steam locomotive crossing the Royal Border Bridge over the River Tweed, which was opened by Queen Victoria in 1850. The artist Terence Cuneo (1907-1996), was commissioned by British Railways to paint this as one of a series of paintings promoting the railways journeys to York, Newcastle and Berwick…
The Permanent Way | Science Museum Group Collection
Poster, London Midland & Scottish Railway, "The Permanent Way, Relaying by Stanhope Forbes R.A.", after 1924. Coloured lithograph depicting a track-laying gang at work under the supervision of a foreman, as a lookout keeps watch and a train approaches in the background. One of a series of sixteen posters by members of the Royal Academy commissioned by the London, Midland & Scottish Railway in 1924. Probably a later edition as the font is sans serif, unlike the rest of the series and the…