Poster, Southern Railway, Southern for the Continent, by Pat Keely, 1933. Coloured lithograph depicting sections of the English, French and Belgian coastline beneath a blue sky with white clouds. The English Channel ports of Southampton, Newhaven, Folkestone and Dover are identified. On the Continental side are the ports of St Malo, Havre (Le Havre), Dieppe, Boulogne, Dunkerque (Dunkirk) and Ostend. The Eiffel Tower, with railway lines radiating from it, represents Paris. Around the border, in red lettering are the names of the English ports and the countries Spain, Italy, Austria, France, Switzerland, Belgium and Germany. Reference AD 2414 1000/1933. Format: double royal. Dimensions: 40 x 25 inches, 1016 x 635mm.
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- Werth, K.
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