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Cornwall - vintage poster

Cornwall - vintage poster

WIndsor-vintage British Railways poster

WIndsor-vintage British Railways poster

Palace Pier Railway Poster style Illustration (the owners changed the sign to Brighton Pier in 2000, an informal name change not recognised by the National Piers Society or many Brightonians). The full name of the pier is 'Brighton Marine and Palace Pier'

Palace Pier Railway Poster style Illustration (the owners changed the sign to Brighton Pier in 2000, an informal name change not recognised by the National Piers Society or many Brightonians). The full name of the pier is 'Brighton Marine and Palace Pier'

1950s Yorkshire Coast (Staithes) by John Bee

1950s Yorkshire Coast (Staithes) by John Bee

Yorkshire, British Railways

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Yorkshire, British Railways

Visit Whitby railway poster pinned by www.realyorkshiretours.co.uk #yorkshire

Visit Whitby railway poster pinned by www.realyorkshiretours.co.uk #yorkshire

'Brighton' - By Dave Thompson. Signed open edition print, 400 x 500 mm. https://www.castorandpollux.co.uk/brighton-signed-open-edition-giclee-print-400-x-500-mm-mounted-on-card/dp/12064

'Brighton' - By Dave Thompson. Signed open edition print, 400 x 500 mm. https://www.castorandpollux.co.uk/brighton-signed-open-edition-giclee-print-400-x-500-mm-mounted-on-card/dp/12064

'Brighton' - By Dave Thompson. Signed open edition print, 400 x 500 mm. https://www.castorandpollux.co.uk/brighton-signed-open-edition-giclee-print-400-x-500-mm-mounted-on-card/dp/12064

'Brighton' - By Dave Thompson. Signed open edition print, 400 x 500 mm. https://www.castorandpollux.co.uk/brighton-signed-open-edition-giclee-print-400-x-500-mm-mounted-on-card/dp/12064

The posters were designed in the 1920s and 1930s for large railway companies that operated around the United Kingdom with the intention of filling seats on their trains

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

The posters were designed in the 1920s and 1930s for large railway companies that operated around the United Kingdom with the intention of filling seats on their trains