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Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Clapham Junction, BR (SR) poster, 1962

Clapham Junction, BR (SR) poster, 1962. Poster produced for British Railways (BR), Southern Region (SR), showing steam locomotives on the tracks at Clapham Junction, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Tablet of Shamash. beg. 9th c. BC. The sun-god

Tablet of Shamash. beg. 9th c. BC. The sun-god Shamash (right) receiving the Babylonian king Nabu-apla-iddina (left), between two interceding deities

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Walton-on-Naze, LNER poster c 1930

Walton-on-Naze, LNER poster c 1930
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway, showing a view of this Essex coastal resort from a cliff-top golf course, beside a tower or folly

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Waterloo Station, London, 1967

Waterloo Station, London, 1967
Oil painting by Terence Cuneo (1907-1996) showing a view of the concourse at Waterloo Station, London, as seen from the first floor British Rail Southern Regional boardroom windows

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Whitley Bay, BR poster, 1948-1965

Whitley Bay, BR poster, 1948-1965
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote rail travel to Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear. The poster shows a young woman in a green bikini holding up a starfish

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Buxton, BR (LMR) poster, 1950

Buxton, BR (LMR) poster, 1950
British Railways (London Midland Region) poster of Pavilion Gardens at Buxton, Derbyshire. Artwork by Kenneth Steel

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: By Rail to The Highlands, BR(ScR) poster, c 1950s

By Rail to The Highlands, BR(ScR) poster, c 1950s
Poster produced for British Railways (Scottish Region) by Terence Cuneo, (1907-1996) who from the 1940s onwards was commissioned to paint many railway scenes for posters

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Bangor, Northern Ireland, BR poster, 1955

Bangor, Northern Ireland, BR poster, 1955
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) London Midland Region to promote rail travel to the seaside town of Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Portstewart - Northern Ireland, BR (LMR) poster, 1954

Portstewart - Northern Ireland, BR (LMR) poster, 1954
British Railways poster (London Midlands Region). Artwork by Kenneth Steel depicting harbour and boats with hills in the background

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: A survey of the Kings lordship or manor of East Greenwich, 1695-1812 (technical drawing, paper)

A survey of the Kings lordship or manor of East Greenwich, 1695-1812 (technical drawing, paper)
7339538 A survey of the Kings lordship or manor of East Greenwich, 1695-1812 (technical drawing, paper) by Travers, Samuel (17th century); 53x54 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Greenwich from Blackwall Reach, c.1830-40 (oil on canvas)

Greenwich from Blackwall Reach, c.1830-40 (oil on canvas)
7337801 Greenwich from Blackwall Reach, c.1830-40 (oil on canvas) by British School, (19th century); 55.9x77.5 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: HRG competing in the London Motor Club Coventry Cup Trial, Knatts Hill, Kent, 1938

HRG competing in the London Motor Club Coventry Cup Trial, Knatts Hill, Kent, 1938
HRG 1496 cc. Vehicle Reg. No. BUE743. Event Entry No: 32. Place: Knatts Hill, Kent. NW London MC Coventry Cup Trial. Date: 12.2.38

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Letter from Shelley to Amelia Curran, 5th August 1819. Artist: Shelley

Letter from Shelley to Amelia Curran, 5th August 1819. Artist: Shelley
Letter from Shelley to Amelia Curran, 5th August 1819. Letter written from Livorno by Percy Bysshe Shelley to Miss Amelia Curran, at Rome

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Northumberland - See England by Rail, c 1955

Northumberland - See England by Rail, c 1955
British Railways (Eastern Region) poster, The Roman Wall by Jack Merriott, showing Hadrians Wall. Printed by John Waddington Ltd, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Largs, BR poster, c 1950s

Largs, BR poster, c 1950s
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote the coastal resort of Largs, Ayrshire as a healthy holiday destination. Illustrated with view of the town. Artwork by Montague B Black

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Shoeing, 1844, (1938). Artist: Edwin Henry Landseer

Shoeing, 1844, (1938). Artist: Edwin Henry Landseer
Shoeing, 1844. Painting held at the Tate Britain, London. From World-Famous Paintings edited by J. Greig Pirie [W. & G. Foyle, Ltd, London, 1938.]

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Derbyshire, BR (LMR) poster, 1948-1965

Derbyshire, BR (LMR) poster, 1948-1965
British Railways (London Midland Region) poster showing Monsal Dale in the Peak District National Park, with a steam train crossing a viaduct. Artwork by artist Peter Collins

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern, 1857, printed 1863-64

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: St Andrews, BR (ScR) poster, c 1950s

St Andrews, BR (ScR) poster, c 1950s
Poster produced for British Railways (Scottish Region) to promote the coastal resort of St Andrews. Illustrated with painting of the coast. Artwork by Frank H Mason (1876-1965)

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: New Brighton, BR (LMR) poster, c 1950s

New Brighton, BR (LMR) poster, c 1950s
British Railways (London Midland Region) promoting the resort of New Brighton near Wallasey on the Cheshire Coast. Artwork by L A Wilcox

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Forth Bridge, LNER poster, 1923-1947

The Forth Bridge, LNER poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) promoting the LNER East Coast route and featuring The Forth Bridge

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The River Tweed, BR (ScR) poster, 1948-1965

The River Tweed, BR (ScR) poster, 1948-1965
British Railways (Scottish Region) poster showing the River Tweed and Neidpath Castle, Peebleshire. Artwork by Jack Merriott. Printed by Jordison & Co Ltd, London & Middlesbrough. 1017 x 635 mm

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Mary Anning (1799-1847)

Mary Anning (1799-1847)
Pioneer fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset. Oil painting by an unknown artist, before 1842. Golden Cap is visible in the background. Held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: WW2 Poster -- Map of the British Army

WW2 Poster -- Map of the British Army
A Map of the British Army with Battle Honours, Military Achievements and Regimental Badges, first published in 1944 by HM Forces Savings Committee

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

The Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: King Charles Spaniels (The Cavaliers Pets), 1845, (c1915). Artist: Edwin Henry Landseer

King Charles Spaniels (The Cavaliers Pets), 1845, (c1915). Artist: Edwin Henry Landseer
King Charles Spaniels (The Cavaliers Pets), 1845, (c1915). The painting is held by the Tate Gallery, London. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Detail, Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Detail, Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Dickens Dream, 1875. Creator: Buss, Robert William (1804-1875)

Dickens Dream, 1875. Creator: Buss, Robert William (1804-1875)
Dickens Dream, 1875. Found in the collection of Charles Dickens Museum, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Coming of Spring, 1899, (c1930). Creator: Edward Atkinson Hornel

The Coming of Spring, 1899, (c1930). Creator: Edward Atkinson Hornel
The Coming of Spring, 1899, (c1930). A group of girls celebrate the coming of Spring, indicated by the snowdrops in the foreground

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Lindisfarne Gospels, 715-721

The Lindisfarne Gospels, 715-721. Eadfrith, (Bishop of Lindisfarne) (?-721). Found in the collection of the British Museum, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Fishguard-Rosslare, GWR poster, 1932

Fishguard-Rosslare, GWR poster, 1932
Original oil painting for a Great Western Railway (GWR) poster to promote the shortest sea route to Southern Ireland between Fishguard and Rosslare, which was part of a direct route to Killarney

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Between Two Fires, c1892, (1938). Artist: Francis Davis Millet

Between Two Fires, c1892, (1938). Artist: Francis Davis Millet
Between Two Fires, c1892. Painting held at the Tate Britain, London. From World-Famous Paintings edited by J. Greig Pirie [W. & G. Foyle, Ltd, London, 1938.]

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Book of the Dead or Papyrus of Any. ca. 1275

Book of the Dead or Papyrus of Any. ca. 1275 BC. 19th Dynasty. Scene from the dead judgement before the presence of Osiris. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Painting. UNITED KINGDOM. London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Bognor Regis, BR poster, c 1950s

Bognor Regis, BR poster, c 1950s
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote the companys frequent electric trains from London Victoria to the West Sussex coastal resort of Bognor Regis. Artwork by Alan Durman (1905-1963)

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Booklovers Britain - Bury St Edmunds, LNER poster, 1933

The Booklovers Britain - Bury St Edmunds, LNER poster, 1933
Poster produced for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER), promoting rail travel to the Sufflok town of Bury St Edmunds, showing characters from Charles Dickens (1812- 1870) book

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Glasgow Electric, BR (ScR) poster, c 1960

Glasgow Electric, BR (ScR) poster, c 1960s. Poster produced for British Railways (BR) Scottish Region (SR) showing a Glasgow electric locomotive service, bound for Helensburgh

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Poster produced for British Railways (BR), showing a railway worker manually operating

Poster produced for British Railways (BR), showing a railway worker manually operating the signals in the Greenwood signal box, New Barnet, London

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Battle of Omdurman, Friday, September 2, 1898

Battle of Omdurman, Friday, September 2, 1898. Chromolithograph, after A Sutherland, published by G W Bacon and Company Limited, 127 Strand, London, 1900 (c)

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Blackpool, BR (LMR) poster, 1955

Blackpool, BR (LMR) poster, 1955
Poster produced for British Railways (BR), London Midland Region (LMR), promoting the Lancashire seaside resort of Blackpool, showing a colourful stylised view of the promenade, piers and beaches

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Dales of Derbyshire, BR (LMR) poster, c 1950s

The Dales of Derbyshire, BR (LMR) poster, c 1950s
British Railways (London Midland Region) poster showing Monsal Dale and the River Wye in the Peak District National Park. Artwork bys R Badmin

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Colleges of Cambridge, BR poster, 1948-1965

The Colleges of Cambridge, BR poster, 1948-1965
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote rail travel to the historic university city of Cambridge. The poster shows a map-like aerial view of the college buildings with their heraldic

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Gelert, c1894, (c1902). Creator: Unknown

Gelert, c1894, (c1902). Creator: Unknown
Gelert, c1894, (c1902). After a painting in the Reading Museum & Town Hall. Depiction of a Welsh legend in which the faithful Gelert saves a child from a wolf. From The Nations Pictures

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: The Lune Valley, BR (LMR) poster, 1950

The Lune Valley, BR (LMR) poster, 1950
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) London Midland Region (LMR), promoting rail travel to the Lune Valley in Englands enchanting North West, Lancashire, showing a river flowing under a bridge

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Cambridge - The Backs in Springtime, BR (ER) poster, 1950

Cambridge - The Backs in Springtime, BR (ER) poster, 1950
British Railways (Eastern Region) poster showing bridges and colleges with daffodils in the foreground. Artwork by Cowern. Printed by Jordison & Co Ltd, London and Middlesbrough

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Visit the Festiniog Railway in the centenary Year... BR poster, 1965

Visit the Festiniog Railway in the centenary Year... BR poster, 1965
Visit the Festiniog Railway in the centenary Year of Pasenger Services 1965. Poster produced for British Rail (BR), promoting the centenary anniversary year of the Festiniog railway in Wales

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Wellington at Waterloo (colour litho)

Wellington at Waterloo (colour litho)
1268536 Wellington at Waterloo (colour litho) by Hillingford, Robert Alexander (1825-1904); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley)

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Norfolk - Blakeney, BR (ER) poster, 1960

Norfolk - Blakeney, BR (ER) poster, 1960
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) Eastern Region (ER), promoting rail travel to the village and yachting centre of Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast

Background imageBritish Museum Collection: Lancaster Castle, BR (LMR) poster, 1950

Lancaster Castle, BR (LMR) poster, 1950
Poster produced for British Railways (BR), London Midland Region (LMR), promoting rail travel to Lancaster Castle in Lancashire, showing a view of the castle



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