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Choose from 52 pictures in our Kent collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sunny Ramsgate, South Eastern & Chatham Railway poster, 1908 Featured Kent Image

Sunny Ramsgate, South Eastern & Chatham Railway poster, 1908

Poster produced for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway, promoting rail travel from Paris Nord station to London, via the seaside resort of Ramsgate, Kent. Fashionably dressed men and women are shown strolling on the promenade, with the beach, sea and town buildings seen in the background. Features advertised include military bands, concerts and golf links. Timetable details are given in French, beneath the image

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Canterbury, BR poster, 1952 Featured Kent Image

Canterbury, BR poster, 1952

Poster produced by British Railways (BR) to promote rail travel to Canterbury, Kent. The poster shows the state visit of Queen Elizabeth to Canterbury in 1573, on the occasion of her fortieth birthday. Queen Elizabeth is shown with her retinue inside Canterbury Cathedral. Artwork by Claude Buckle (1905-1973), who originally trained as an architect, but later turned to pictorial art. He painted in both oil and watercolour and was a prolific poster artist for Great Western Railway (GWR) and BR. Much of his original poster artwork is held at the National Railway Museum

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London & Dover Railway notice, 1864-1899 Featured Kent Image

London & Dover Railway notice, 1864-1899

Notice produced for the London & Dover Railway to promote fast trains to the Kent ports of Folkestone and Dover, linking with rapid steamer sailings to France. The London, Chatham & Dover Railway (also known as the London & Dover Railway) played an important part in the transport network of south- east England. The company began running passenger services between Dover and Calais in 1864 when they took over the Jenkins & Churchward fleet of steamers, and in 1899 amalgamated with the South Eastern & Chatham Railway. Artwork by an unknown artist

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