Poster, London & North Eastern Railway, Cambridge, by Fred Taylor about 1930. Coloured lithograph depicting Queen Elizabeth I with her ladies in waiting and a man, probably intended to represent William Cecil, Lord Burghley, standing behind her. The illustrations depict the Queen's only visit to Cambridge, in August 1564. A further illustration below shows the Queen, seated in a litter, being carried in procession. Text at the top of the poster reads "Architecture - Elizabethan (2nd half - 16th Century)". At the bottom are the words "Cambridge, Train services and fares from any L.N.E.R. Agency". Format: double royal. Dimensions: 40 x 25 inches, 1016 x 635mm.
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