Posters

Poster map; District Railway, unknown, 1908
Simple name : Map
Date : 1908
Collection : Posters
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 1983/4/2
Size : H 1007mm, W 1265mm
Reproduced in : Taylor, Sheila (ed), 2001. The Moving Metropolis. Laurence King Publishing in association with London's Transport Museum, p126
Publisher : District Railway : 1908
Printer : Johnson, Riddle & Company Ltd
Descriptive size : Quad royal
Content text : District Railway stations and connections. - East Ham for Tilbury Line and Trams to Southend &c. - Mark Lane for Fenchurch St. Terminus (G.E. & L.T.&S. Rys.) Monument for London Bridge Termini (L.B.&S.C. & S.E.&C.Rys) - Cannon Street for S.E.&C.Rly Terminus (connected by subway) & City & South London Ry. - Blackfriars for St. Paul's, Holborn Viaduct, & Ludgate Hill. (S.E.&C.Ry.) Stations. - Charing Cross for Bakerloo Tube, Hampstead Tube and (S.E.&C.Ry.) Terminus. - Westminster for London County Council south London trams. - Victoria for L.B.&S.C. & S.E.&C.Rys Termini (Connected by subway) - South Kensington for Piccadilly Tube, Royal Albert Hall, Imperial Institute, London University and The Museums &c. - Earls Court for Piccadilly Tube and the Exhibition. - Putney Bridge for the river and Hurlingham - Hammersmith for the river, Piccadilly Tube and London United Electric Trams - Richmond for the river and L.&S.W.Ry (Windsor & Reading Lines). - Wimbledon for L.&S.W.Ry Main Line - Ealing Common for London United Electric Trams - Hounslow Town for London United Electric Trams.
Title : District Railway (Map)
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Quad royal : Quad royal is the descriptive size for posters that are 40 x 50 inches. It is the standard size used by the Underground for maps and is most commonly used in posters for designs requiring fine detail, such as decorative maps.
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