Poster, British Railways Accident Prevention Service, High Visibility, 1967. Coloured lithograph showing a woman in a bright orange bikini and below a male railway worker wearing a high visibility vest, holding up his left arm in acknowledgement of a passing train. The accompanying text reads "Be eye catching in your mini-vest". At bottom left is the British Rail double arrow logo set in a triangle with the words "Accident prevention service" and a "Stop Accidents" logo. In the bottom right margin is the reference AP67/9.
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