National Railway Museum Pocket Diary 2019

National Railway Museum Pocket Diary 2019
$11.99 / £7.99
Format: Hardback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9780711239968
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Celebrate the golden age of the British railway with this illustrated pocket diary featuring the stylish, iconic travel posters of the 1920s to 1960s. This week-to-view diary with a ribbon marker features a selection of the popular vintage travel posters used by the railway companies of the past to promote travel to all corners of the British Isles and abroad. From the National Railway Museum, one of the greatest railway museums in the world, this iconic diary will brighten up any desk – and inspire new travel plans! Also available in desk diary format.
 

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The National Railway Museum is one of the greatest railway museums in the world, home to over 300 years of history and more than a million wonderful objects. The museum’s vast art collection comprises 11,270 posters, 2,358 prints and drawings, 1,052 paintings and 1,750,000 photographs, many of which have never been on public display.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9780711239968
Illustrations: colour
Size: 4.016 in x 5.433 in / 102 mm x 138 mm
Published:

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