Worcester Cathedral by Claude Buckle

Worcester Cathedral looking across from the famous Cricket ground

Worcester Cathedral, probably the best view looking across from the famous cricket ground on the opposite bank of the River Severn. King John was buried here in AD 1216 gives an idea of the age of this cathedral. The poster image was issued twice, once by LMR (London Midland) and then again in 1948 by British Rail after nationalisation. A different logo appeared on the bottom of the poster. See page 7 Poster to Poster Vol. 1 Scotland Richard Furness. Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester were painted around this time (1932) by Claude Buckle and form one of the best set of English Cathedral railway posters.    Date of issue 1933 Re-issued 1948 Jordison & co ltd GWR &LMS       BACK