The Firth of Clyde

Made:
c. 1960
printer:
Stafford and Company Limited
specifier:
British Railways, Scottish Region
artist:
John S Smith

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Poster, BR (SR), 'The Firth of Clyde', by John S Smith
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Poster, British Railways (Scottish Region), 'The Firth of Clyde', by John S Smith, about 1960. Coloured lithograph depicting a Clyde scene with Cloch lighthouse at Gourock in the foreground as Caledonian Steam Packet Company's pleasure steamers, ferries and small boats pass, with mountains and a hamlet in the distance. The illustration is accompanied by four paragraphs of text, beginning "The wonderful estuary of the Clyde, with its islands, sea lochs, mountains and bright resorts is one of Britain's premier holiday areas". Ref B.36855. Printed by Stafford & Co. Ltd, Nottingham.

Details

Category:
Railway Posters, Notices & Handbills
Object Number:
1979-7634
type:
poster
credit:
British Rail, Records Office
status:
Permanent collection

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