The Queen of Scots Pullman

circa 1926
Septimus Edwin Scott
Pullman Car Company

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Poster, Pullman Car Company, The Queen of Scots Pullman, by Septimus E Scott, about 1926. Coloured lithograph depicting a woman in a tartan dress, beige overcoat and cloche hat standing in front of a Pullman car at a railway station. The carriage carries a destination board listing stops at Leeds, Harrogate, Newcastle and Edinburgh. The text below gives details of train times from Glasgow and Edinburgh and connections to boat trains from London Victoria station. Format double royal, 1270 x 1016mm.

A poster by Septimus E Scott advertising the Queen of Scots Pullman train service, published by the Pullman Car Company in about 1926. The poster depicts a fashionably dressed woman waiting to board her train as railway staff prepare for the journey. The text below gives details of services between London King’s Cross station, Edinburgh and Glasgow with details of connections at London Victoria station to boat trains for continental ferry services. The Pullman company provided luxury carriages to railway companies, in this case the London & North Eastern Railway, for special services. Passengers paid a supplementary fare to travel on these trains.


Railway Posters, Notices & Handbills
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