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Ilkley, BR poster, 1960 Featured Sheep Print

Ilkley, BR poster, 1960

Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote rail travel to Ilkley, West Yorkshire, which is here promoted as the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales'. The poster shows some ramblers in a landscape with mountains and tall rock formations overlooking the valley below. Some sheep are seen grazing on the grassy incline. Artwork by an unknown artist

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Wales, GWR poster, 1937 Featured Sheep Print

Wales, GWR poster, 1937

Poster produced for Great Western Railway (GWR) to promote rail travel to Wales. The poster shows a view of Cader Idris and Afon Mawddach. Artwork by Sir Herbert Alker Tripp (1883-1954), who had a long and successful career with New Scotland Yard. He painted in his spare time and after his retirement. He designed posters for GWR and Southern Railway (SR) and was knighted in 1945

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Church Sheep Featured Sheep Print

Church Sheep

6th August 1955: Sheep huddle in the doorway of the Abbey on the tiny island of Iona, famous for its connection with St Columba who founded a community on Iona after he was expelled from Ireland. The Abbey, which fell into disrepair after the Reformation, is being rebuilt by craftsmen and ministers of the Iona Community. The Iona Community is a Christian settlement run by a group of Scottish ministers who offer religion to factory workers and people living in the poorer areas of Glasgow. Their head office is in the city but they all visit Iona for three months of the year to train new recruits and gather people together for a Christian camp. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7915 - Iona Belongs To Glasgow - pub. 1955 (Photo by Maurice Ambler/Picture Post/Getty Images)