Poster, Great Western Railway, Devon by Leonard Richmond, 1937. Coloured lithograph depicting a view looking down on a bay. In the foreground a path leads through trees to a sandy beach. Behind the beach is a red cliff, with rows of blue and white striped tents beneath. People walk on the beach and swim in the sea. The bay is enclosed by two headlands and in the distance are further cliffs. Text below, with the GWR roundel logo on either side. Text at the bottom of the poster reads "No.144. G.W.R. Paddington Station. London. W.2, Printed in Great Britain by Waterlow & Sons Ltd., London & Dunstable, James Milne. General Manager". Format quadroyal.
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