Temple Mills Marshalling Yard

Made:
1953
artist:
Frederick Donald Blake
printer:
Waterlow and Sons Limited
publisher:
British Railways, Eastern Region
Temple Mills Marshalling Yard (poster)

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Poster, British Railways (Eastern Region), Temple Mills Marshalling Yard, by F Donald Blake about 1953. Coloured lithograph depicting a view of Temple Mills Marshalling Yard, showing control towers, a freight train hauled by a diesel locomotive, and a line of wagons passing over a hump. Below is a plan of the sidings. Text in a bright red box at top right reads "The most modern marshalling yard in the country, Temple Mills equipped with the latest electronic devices, helping to speed the nation's freight. Progress by ....Great Eastern". At bottom left is a black British Railways 'totem' logo. Text in the margin reads "Published by British Railways (Eastern Region). PP1179A. Printed in Great Britain. Waterlow & Sons Limited, London & Dunstable". Format: quad royal. Dimensions: 40 x 50 inches, 1016 x 1270mm.

Details

Category:
Railway Posters, Notices & Handbills
Object Number:
1992-7787
Materials:
paper
Measurements:
overall: 1016 mm x 1260 mm
type:
poster
credit:
Sheffield Railwayana Auctions