LNER Whitby Poster #2
Print of London and North Eastern Railway Whitby poster.
Available as A5, A4, A3 and A2 sized prints.
Whitby Railway Poster #2
Original Published: 1940
Original Artist: Frank Henry Mason
Wording: The building of “The Earl of Pembroke” (Captain Cook’s “Endeavour”) 1764. Whitby. An ancient port and modern resort. It’s quicker by rail. Illustrated Guide free from LNER Offices and Agencies or Department A. The Spa, Whitby.
All our railway posters are printed to order using professional class inkjet printers and quality branded inks. Choose between thick 260gsm glossy photo paper or 230gsm presentation matte paper for a more arty feel.
The prints are carefully packaged and sent out flat in thick cardboard sleeves to protect them during transit.
Most prints have a white border which sets them off nicely when framed. Border widths will depend on the individual artwork and print size chosen. The images on the website should give you a good idea of how this will be on your chosen poster. Typically A5 prints will be inset by 5mm, A4 versions will have 10mm edges, and the larger A3 railway prints will have a border of approximately 20mm.
Age related marks, dirt and scratches have been professionally removed wherever possible, but because of the age of the original posters a few small imperfections may be reproduced. There may be instances where some blurring is visible when viewed very close up. Our prints are intended to be affordable reproductions of vintage railway posters that would otherwise be expensive and hard to acquire elsewhere.