Overview

Designed exclusively for the National Trust, the Railway Poster Calendar contains twelve colourful vintage railway poster prints from The National Railway Museum’s collection.

These posters were produced in the early to mid-twentieth century and promoted railway travel to holiday destinations in the UK, covering the Yorkshire Dales to the Cornish coast. Each poster includes information on railway operator, year of production and artist.

Great for fans of poster art, railway history or holidaying in the UK, the Railway Poster Calendar is an easy way to record important dates and stay organised in 2025.

This calendar is wire bound, square in shape and includes a hook for convenient wall hanging.

We are proud to report that this product is made in the UK, plastic free and printed on FSC card and paper using vegetable inks.

Locations and/or areas featured in this calendar:

River Tweed and Neidpath Castle, Peeblesshire.

North Wales.

Dunfermline Abbey.

Yorkshire Dales.

Barnard Castle, County Durham.

Cornwall.

Gloucestershire.

Lancaster Castle, Lancashire.

Cambridgeshire.

Donegal, Northern Ireland.

Withernsea.

SKU: 50070674
Made in the UK
Dimensions: H32 x W32 x D0.8 cm
Weight Details: 249g
Material: Paper/Board

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