Keep Warm Travel Underground; by Kathleen Stenning, 1925. ‘Keep Warm Travel Underground’ was part of a four poster set to encourage people to Travel Underground, the other three posters promote use to help navigation (‘Don’t Get Lost’) during rainfall (‘Avoid the Wet’) and thunderstorms (‘Take Cover’).
"Foxley Wood is Norfolk’s largest remaining ancient woodland. It was intensively coppiced in medieval times and, as well as hazel, it yielded other woodland products such as tree bark used in the tanning industry. The bluebells are so well known locally that the woodland rides can get almost busy at bluebell time." Slow Travel Norfolk; www.bradtguides.com
Unique, bespoke Bentley with a 27-ltre Rolls-Royce Meteor engine (Which, to be technically correct, ISN'T from a Spitfire, like the ever-so-reliable Daily Mail says - the Meteor was the un-supercharged version as used in Tanks)
Raleigh bicycle posters – As Raleigh Cycle is sold to Dutch rival Accell for £62m, historian Carlton Reid - author of free e-book roadswerenotbuiltforcars.com - takes a look at posters produced by the British institution over the years. He says Raleigh's strapline - "the all steel bicycle" - was introduced in the 1890s and used for decades.