the first brick is the most important

printer:
J Weiner Limited
publisher:
Great Western Railway

Poster, Great Western Railway, The first brick is the most important, be sure it is laid on the right site, about 1930. Coloured lithograph depicting a hand holding a trowel, laying a giant brick on a factory site. The factory is next to GWR sidings, where there are two steam locomotives with freight trains. Text below describes Great Western Railway sites with cheap rates and access to railway lines, canals, docks, rivers and cheap land. Text in margin reads "James Milne, (General Manager). Printed in England by J. Weiner and company. Format: double royal. Dimensions: 40 x 25 inches, 1016 x 635mm.

Details

Category:
Railway Posters, Notices & Handbills
Object Number:
1992-7720
type:
poster
taxonomy:
  • commercial records and equipment
credit:
Onslow's Auctioneers (London)
status:
Permanent collection

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