Rail posters highlight history of liveries

02 December 2022
Range of colour-printed posters displays livery variations to have been carried across locomotive classes.

A new range of posters depicting British locomotive classes and the liveries they've carried has been released by Intercity Posters. The new entrant to the lucrative market of railway-related artwork displayed its range at the recent Warley national exhibition at the NEC.

Proprietor of Intercity Posters, George Elston has created the imagery using a combination of model photography and photoshop techniques. A range is available to purchase in common sizes from A4 to A0.

We were given samples of its most popular larger posters measuring 297mm x 840mm each, depicting the Intercity 125 (HST), and Brush Type 4 (Class 47).

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Intercity and Class 47 posters

Posters will require mounting and framing for best results, and are supplied rolled up, loose.

For current prices, and to discover the full range in stock, visit its website at railposters.myshopify.com.


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