The Roman Wall | Northumberland | Railway Travel Poster

London and North East Railway (LNER) poster featuring Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland. 

Originally produced in 1930's for London & North East Railways (LNER) to promote travel along Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland, England.

'The Road Of The Roman' 'Tour By Road Or Rail From Newcastle Upon Tyne'

Roman cavalrymen on horseback, with Hadrian's Wall, 'The Roman Wall', behind them. Dating from the 2nd century AD, Hadrian's Wall was built in Northumberland as a fortification by the Romans. It originally extended 73 miles from Bownes-on-Selway to Wallsend, and has since become the best known frontier of the Roman Empire.

Artist: W P Wollen.

The Mag Shop watermark does not appear on the poster that you receive.

Type: Posters

  • Poster size 50cm x 70cm (19.7” x 27.6”).
  • Litho printed on high quality 200gsm LumiSilk paper.
  • All posters are dispatched in protective mailing tubes to arrive in the best condition possible.

Printed under licence from the National Railway Museum and Science and Society Picture Library.

© National Railway Museum / Pictorial Collection / Science & Society.

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