Take a trip on the Isle of Man
- 1965, about
- Isle of Man Railway
Poster, Isle of Man Steam Railway, about 1965. Coloured lithograph depicting a couple in Victorian dress standing in front of Fenella, a steam locomotive built by Beyer Peacock in 1894. The text, in a variety of nineteenth century fonts, reads "Take a trip on the Isle of Man Victorian Steam Railway, The Last Remaining in the World". The illustration and text are set on a yellow background, the locomotive is predominantly green, with a number 8 on the chimney. Format: double crown. Dimensions: 30 x 20 inches, 762 x 508mm.
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- Blakemore, M.
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