English Travel Poster produced by London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail travel to the Peak District. The poster shows a bird’s-eye view of a train crossing a bridge over a river, with a landscape of green peaks stretching out in the distance. Artwork by S R Wyatt. This Poster dates from 1923-1947.
British Railways Travel Art Poster Print, St Ives, Cornwall, England, Travel By Train My grandmother used to take us to St Ives for a day out when we were children.I used to love it. St Ives is one of my favourite seaside towns.
Cornwall, England. Vintage Great Western Railway (GWR) Travel Poster by Leonard Cusden. 1937
"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