- Kelso - On The Banks Of The Tweed - It's Quicker By Rail.
- Kelso, Borders / Roxburghshire, Scotland.
- Ernest William Haslehurst (1866-1949).
- The remains of the 12th century Kelso Abbey is seen above the stone bridge across the river Tweed in the borders market town. The river looks tranquil and the vegetation is lush Year Published
- 1930s Size
- Double Royal (approx 40 x 25in or 101.5 x 63.5cm) Other Details:
Original Vintage LNER British Railway Travel Poster.
Published by the London & North Eastern Railway.
Printed in Great Britain by Adams Bros & Shardlow Ltd, Printers, London and Leicester. Condition Grade and Condition Report:
Grade: B+, un-conserved.
Not folded, edges have been strengthened on the rear with framers' tape at some point (visible by the slight horizontal border marks top and bottom, but would be minimal if framed) and a few minor fox spots. More detailed photos are available on request if required.More About The Artist:
Ernest William Haslehurst was born in Walthamstow, east London, and studied art at Slade School of Fine Art. He was a member of the RI, RBA, RWA and RBC and exhibited regularly. His work was featured in the Illustrated London News and Tatler, he illustrated the series of travel books "Beautiful England" in the 1910s and "Beautiful Scotland" in the 1920s, and designed a number of posters for the LNER and LMS railway companies.
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