Posters

Poster, Right into the Heart of the Country, unknown, circa 1910
Simple name : Poster
Date : circa 1910
Collection : Posters
Object location : Covent Garden
Reference number : 1999/30189
Size : H 1007mm, W 630mm
Print code : 772.2000. 26-3-31
Publisher : Underground Electric Railway Company Ltd : circa 1910
Printer : Johnson, Riddle & Company Ltd
Descriptive size : Double royal
Content text : UNDERGROUND BY DISTRICT RAILWAY RIGHT INTO THE HEART OF THE COUNTRY BOOK TO HARROW, SUDBURY OR PERIVALE..
Additional information : This poster, Right into the Heart of the Country, advertises the District Railway Underground services to Harrow, Sudbury and Perivale. The image shows the spacious interior of a District Railway train, and its Edwardian passengers enjoying the journey and watching countryside speed by. Later the District Railway changed to the Piccadilly line for Harrow and Sudbury and Perivale was reached by the Central line.
Title : Right into the Heart of the Country
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