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Septimus Edwin Scott, Great Yarmouth and Gorleston on Sea, circa 1935.

A Great Yarmouth and Gorleston railway poster by Septimus Edwin Scott which carries an auction estimate of

With vertical and horizontal folds, this poster for Great Yarmouth and Gorleston on Sea went for $3,500 (£2,200)

Vintage posters of British seaside sell for over £320,000 at auction

Having a ball: This H. Forster creation (date unknown) is said to be worth £1,800 to £2,500

Vintage travel posters of British seaside resorts set to be auctioned

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Dune Buggy Shuttle from the South Shore to the beaches in Miller Beach. These posters for the South Shore line from NW Indiana to Chicago were gems.

Vintage Braniff International Airways travel poster. Brasil

Braniff Brazil Classic 1950's Travel Poster - 18x24

This Braniff International Airways vintage Brazil travel poster shows men and women on the beach of Rio de Janeiro. Corcovado Mountain can be seen in the backgro

Cromer Pier

WELLS NEXT the SEA. Art Deco style print of beach huts in Wells, portrait. Portrait in Retro, Art Deco style design

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British Railways ~ Whitley Bay ~ England ok normally i just love vintage travel ads, but the couple look sinister as fuck. i don't know what Whitley Bay is, but i think its a nefarious place for sure.

A period poster from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, Great Britain

Sandcastles & Slapstick, Great Yarmouth, England

A period poster from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, Great Britain

1953 Yarmouth Guide - June Pearson was a couple of years older then myself (Ronnie Taylor) and she used to take me to the beach which was a couple of mile from Queen's Crescent where we both lived. A couple of men had a tripod set up and took our photo, they gave us 6p each. It later appeared on the front page of the guide and in later years on the inside pages.

1953 Yarmouth Guide - June Pearson was a couple of years older then myself (Ronnie Taylor) and she used to take me to the beach which was a couple of mile from Queen's Crescent where we both lived. A couple of men had a tripod set up and took our photo, they gave us 6p each. It later appeared on the front page of the guide and in later years on the inside pages.

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