Postcard L&NW RR Steamer Painting Victorian Railway Advertising London North West Ship
This is an antique L. &. N. W., London & North West Rail Road divided back postcard titled On The Clyde. Cal: Co's Steamer Returning From Rothsay.
London and North Western Railway...known as the LNWR or the L&NWR...which was a railway company of the United Kingdom which existed between 1846 and 1922.
The postcard is a painting of a ship at sea and was printed by McCorquodale & Co. Ltd and says "Travel to Scotland by the West Coast Royal Mail; Route" via Carlisle (L. & N. W. and Cal.Rlys.). "Finest Permanent Way In The World".
The postcard is unused and has only a bit of corner scuffing. In an archival sleeve.
type: antique postcard, travel postcard, ephemera, railroad postcard
manufacturer: McCorquodale & Co. Ltd for the London and North Western Railway...known as the LNWR or the L&NWR
country: England, United Kingdom
subject: historic transportation, steamship painting, railroad advertising
title: "Travel to Scotland by the West Coast Royal Mail; Route" via Carlisle (L. & N. W. and Cal.Rlys.)
size: approximately 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches
material: cardstock, paper, archival sleeve
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