Poster, British Rail Intercity, Destination Scotland, by an unidentified artist, 1990. Coloured lithograph depicting a stream winding from a loch. In the foreground is a leaping salmon. There is a stone bridge over the burn, with a thatched cottage on its banks. Beyond are two yachts sailing in the lake, with mountains in the background. A train is just visible on the side of the mountain. Text above and below reads "Break with Tradition, Break for the Border, Visit the unspoilt auld country, it's so much more that a Highland Fling. For what you need to know see the details in our leaflet". Below is the word "Intercity" and the swallow logo. Published by British Railways Board Central Advertising Services, reference number A01740/B8/8.90 and printed by the Oaktree Press. Format: double royal. Dimensions: 40 x 25 inches, 1016 x 635mm.
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- Howat, Patrick
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