The Concorde Museum

Made:
1980
maker:
British Railways

Poster, Science Museum. The Concorde Museum. Showing artist's impression of Concorde overflying a passenger train hauled by South Eastern & Chatham Railway locomotive No. 737 and passenger train hauled by London & North Eastern Railway locomotive No. 4468 "Mallard", text: "Concorde 02 is on public display alongside the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton, Somerset (two miles east of Ilchester on the B3151). See Britain's largest railway collection from the early steam engine to the Advanced Passenger Train. The National Railway Museum (Leeman Road, York by British Rail King's Cross). Both museum's are part of the Science Museum".

Details

Category:
Railway Posters, Notices & Handbills
Object Number:
2003-9119
type:
poster
status:
Permanent collection

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