The Intercity. British Railways 'Stock' poster

The Intercity. British Railways 'Stock' poster

AN Wolstenholme ?
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  • Condition: B- (archival tape repairs to rear, several closed tears and some surface dirt)
  • Date: c.1950
  • Designer: A.N. Wolstenholme ?
  • Publisher: British Railways
  • Size: Double Royal (635 x 1015 mm)

British Railways ‘stock’ poster for the The Inter-City. Stock posters were printed blank with space for details of excursions or other information to be added later. Introduced in 1950, The Inter-City was a named express passenger train operated by the Western Region of British Railways between London and Wolverhampton via Birmingham Snow Hill. The service can claim to be the origin of all later usages of the railway term  InterCity (with or without a hyphen) worldwide. A higher resolution image file is available for viewing on request.