Poster, London & North Western Railway, 'White Star Line, Service to All Parts of the World', about 1920. Depicts a well dress male passenger, carrying a suitcase and an umbrella, striding across a white star set in the centre of a map of the North Atlantic, with ports and major cities in Canada, the U.S.A., Britain, Ireland and France identified. The letters "L. & N. W. R." appear across the top. Text at the bottom of the poster reads "Convenient trains run to and from Liverpool (Exchange) in connection with the sailings of the steamers".
- Railway Posters, Notices & Handbills
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- Southgate, H.
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