Saving of Daylight - Do not Wait for the Daylight Bill to Become Law to Secure Long Evenings for the Holidays

Made:
1908
publisher:
London & South Western Railway

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Poster, London & South Western Railway, ‘Saving of Daylight'
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Poster, London & South Western Railway, "Saving of Daylight, Do not Wait for the Daylight Bill to Become Law to Secure Long Evenings for the Holidays, The West Country, Where the sun sets about 20 mts later than in London", 1908. Features a map of North Devon, in yellow, white, orange and blue. The 1908 Daylight Saving Bill was the first legislative attempt to move the clocks forward one hour in the summer.

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Category:
Railway Posters, Notices & Handbills
Object Number:
1975-8403
type:
poster
taxonomy:
  • commercial records and equipment
status:
Permanent collection

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