Three powerful posters from The New Haven Rail Road in 1950, designer unknown.
…via Dunkirk and Folkestone in this splendid 1932 poster by Cassandre.
The Upminster train passes Upminster Mill. One of the fine illustrations London Transport Museum is using to publicise a farewell tour for its ’D Stock’ trains. More info here: https://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/whats-on/events-calendar/heritage-vehicles-outings .
Basically, you just take more clothes off. This graphic was produced by Raymond Loewy’s studio in 1936 to demonstrate the evolution of streamlining, more by guesswork in the pre-aerodynamics era.
As attractive as this 1950s’ Hungarian railway poster is, there’s something very odd about the size of the people.
The new Crossrail (or Elizabeth Line) station at Canary Wharf will be underwater as well as underground, as this architect’s drawing shows.
Designed to resemble a moored ship, it will form one of the key stations on the new line when services begin in December 2018.
Enjoy living on a Western Commuteroute: new, faster, more frequent
trains to London – the best way to work…the rail way to work.
British Railways advertisement (c. 1960).