Poster, London Midland & Scottish Railway, Scotland, Straight as the Crow Flies, Shortest and Quickest Route to the Border, by Norman Howard, about 1928. Coloured lithograph depicting a crow flying above a steam locomotive hauling a passenger train. The train is passing along a straight line next to an embankment, with a viaduct in the distance. The black outline of the crow dominates the foreground of the image, which is completed in orange, white and black. The word "Scotland" is at the top of the image, with the remaining text below. Number 21 in the LMS Best Way Series. Format double royal.
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