Ludlow

Made:
1932 in England
artist:
Stanley Roy Badmin

Printed reproduction, Ludlow, by S R Badmin, 1932. Depicts a view of Ludlow Castle on a promontory overlooking the River Teme. The castle sits on a wooded bluff, with a bridge in the foreground, where two people look over the parapet. in the distance is the town of Ludlow, and the tower of the parish church of St Laurence. Beyond are hills, with white clouds in a blue sky. Framed and glazed. The image was used for the 'Enjoy the Riches of Britain' poster series issued by various transport companies, including Bristol Carriage and Tramways. Framed and glazed (glass).

Details

Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Object Number:
1988-8102
Measurements:
overall; frame: 625 mm x 515 mm x 30 mm,
overall; image: 555 mm x 440 mm
type:
print
credit:
British Railways Board Records Office

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