Poster, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, Royal Mail Route, North of Ireland via Fleetwood & Belfast, about 1920. Coloured lithograph depicting a ferry crossing the Irish Sea to Northern Ireland, represented as a shamrock, with a young woman dressed in red and white welcoming its arrival with open arms. Text on the illustration reads "Express service. Open sea passage 5½ hours". Beneath the illustration the text reads "Sailings every week night. Fleetwood dep. 10.45 p.m. Belfast dep. 9.15 p.m. Turbine steams 'Duke of Cumberland', 'Duke of Argyll', Twin-screw steamers 'Duke of Connaught', 'Duke of Cornwall'. Frequent service of trains to and from Fleetwood in connection with the steamers. Arthur Watson, General Manager. (236) (1000). Henry Blacklock & Co. Ltd. Printers, Albert Square, Manchester". Format double royal.
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