History with its flickering lamp stumbles along the trail of the past, trying to reconstruct its scenes, to revive its echoes, and kindle with pale gleams the passion of former days. ~Winston Churchill

04 December, 2011

Christmas Shopping with London Transport

The blog is back in business just in time for Christmas! Hooray!

Today, London Transport posters of the 20s and 30s advising us on when to do our Christmas shopping, and more importantly, what method of transportation to use!



Poster by F. Gregory Brown, 1921. Source



Poster by unknown artist, 1929-1933. Source



Poster by John Farleigh, 1922. Source



Poster by Edward McKnight Kauffer, 1923. Source



Poster by Austin Cooper, 1924. Source



Poster by Horace Taylor, 1924. Source



Poster by an unknown artist, 1919. Source



Poster by Fougasse, 1936. Source



Poster by Clifford Ellis and Rosemary Ellis, 1935. Source



Poster by Clifford Ellis and Rosemary Ellis, 1935. Source



Poster by Charles Burton, 1931. Source



Poster by Austin Cooper, 1923. Source

2 comments:

Queen Bee said...

Love these old Christmas Shopping posters from London. They are so fun! The colored versions are really eye catching. I noticed the Underground symbols on the posters from 1919 and 1936. This symbol was later used for the "Mind the Gap" message on the Tube.

SilverDoor Serviced Apartments said...

We all think these posters are great. Good job!

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