Poster, London & North Eastern Railway, Coronation, by Doris Zinkeisen, 1937. Coloured lithograph depicting the 1831 locomotive Coronation with a train of coaches of different classes, including open carriages, passing through countryside. Four people, a man, two women and a boy waving a union flag, stand watching in a field nearby. Text below reads "Locomotive built by Mr Timothy Hackworth in honour of the coronation of King William IV, 1831. Coronation engine from needlework picture in the John Philimore Collection of early railway relics. Forerunner of the Coronation 1937, L.N.E.R. streamline train King's Cross and Edinburgh". Printed by the Haycock Press, London. Format: quad royal.
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