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The Lure Of The Underground - 1920s

The Lure Of The Underground - Medium - Semi Gloss Print

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The Lure of the Underground - The New York Times

London Underground posters: The Lure of the Underground (1927) and The Way Home (1938). The Tube typeface, now known as Underground Sans, was designed in 1913

Londres Poster Reproduction - The Lure Of The Underground, Transport For London (80 x 60 cm) - Londres Poster Reproduction - The Lure Of The Underground, Transport For London … Voir la présentation

Technology | The Lure of the Underground

  • Photo: A 1927 poster by Alfred Leete, called The Lure of the Underground, celebrates the popularity of London's underground rail system. (Supplied: TfL from the London Transport Museum collection)
  • Posters: The lure of the Underground

    Londres Poster Reproduction - The Lure Of The Underground, Transport For London (80 x 60 cm) - Londres Poster Reproduction - The Lure Of The Underground, Transport For London … Voir la présentation

    Historic: The Aldershot Command Searchlight Tattoo, to give it its full name, was a huge event in the inter-war years that included military performances. This 1934 poster (left) was by Andrew Power (a pseudonym for Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power). Meanwhile 'The Lure of the Underground' (right) was by Alfred Leete in 1927