- Fog Snow Ice & Rain - trains get you through!.
Negus Sharland; Dick Negus (1927-2011) and Philip Sharland (1923-)
- An unusual design of poster, showing all the weather which winter can produce, and suggesting the train was the best way to travel. On the rear is some typewriter wording "Station Master Coalburn 63", suggesting the poster had been sent for display at the small station in the Lanarkshire coalfields of Scotland. Ironically Coalburn station was closed in October 1965, after which passengers would have used the roads rather than trains to get through the winter weather!.Year Published
- Double Royal (approx 40 x 25in or 101.5 x 63.5cm)Other Details:
Original Vintage British Railways Travel Poster.
Published by British Railways Board P2578/64
Waterlow & Sons Limited London Dunstable HydeCondition Grade and Condition Report:
Grade: B+, un-conserved.
Folds, small tears, a little creasing, small typewriter print on rear. More detailed photos are available on request if required.More About The Artists:
Dick Negus and Philip Sharland both worked at the 1951 Festival of Britain, on the fisheries section, and the aircraft carrier Campania.
They setup Negus and Sharland graphic design partnership in 1951, and produced work for various British institutions, with murals, posters and magazines. Their 1950s BOAC posters are still widely know today. From the 1970s it continued as Negus and Negus.
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