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Poster 2000/17487 - Poster and Artwork collection online from the London Transport Museum

shelter in Underground stations, by unknown artist, 1940 Published by London Transport, 1940 Printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd, 1940 Format: Double royal Dimensions: Width: Height: Reference number:

London Transport - withdrawal of First Class services from the Underground, 1 February 1940.

London Transport - withdrawal of First Class services from the Underground, 1 February 1940.

London Transport - "Design for Shopping" poster, designed by O'Keeffe, 1935

“ Design for Shopping poster for London Transport, 1935 Design by O’Keeffe ” You just can’t beat London Underground posters - a superb mix of art, design and branding.

Seeing it through; firefighter, by Eric Henri Kennington, 1944. Poster  from the London Transport Museum

Original London Transport POSTER from 1944 'Seeing it through' by Eric Henri Kennington one of a series he designed for LT .

Poverty map of Old Nichol slum, East End of London, showing Bethnal Green Road, from Charles Booth’s Labour and Life of the People. Volume 1: East London (London: Macmillan, 1889). The streets are colored to represent the economic class of the residents. #map #london #poverty

Poverty map of Old Nichol slum East End of London showing Bethnal Green Road Charles Booth’s Labour & Life of the People 1889 The streets are colored to represent the economic class of the residents

Poster: Wear Or Carry Something White, by James Fitton, 1941 - Can you see the bus? At night, the blackout plunged London into darkness. Streets were unlit to prevent enemy bombers using them to navigate. Vehicle lights were dimmed and shaded. Lighting in all public places was restricted. Just catching a bus became difficult. Poster (1999/41133) - Online Museum, London Transport Museum

Our collection of transport posters and prints evoke the spirit of London during the First and Second World Wars. Exclusively available at London Transport Museum.

Ww2 Propaganda Posters, Ww1 Posters, History Posters, Railway Posters, Book Posters, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Ads, Train Travel, Vintage Illustrations

Why Bother About the Germans Invading the Country? – Vintagraph

Why Bother About the Germans Invading the Country?

Why bother about the Germans invading the country? Invade it yourself by Underground and motor-'bus. Easter - This vintage poster promotes use of the London Underground, Illustrated by The Brothers Warbis.

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Buy London Underground posters covering transport for London. Your favourite poster prints and artwork can be framed in tube line coloured frames

Poster; Rehabilitation, it takes time; bus windows, by Fred Taylor, 1945

Poster; Rehabilitation, it takes time; bus windows, by Fred Taylor, 1945

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