North East Coast Exhibition 1929 | Railway Travel Poster

London and North East Railway (LNER) poster featuring Newcastle upon Tyne, England.

Originally produced to promote rail services to the North East Coast Exhibition, held in Newcastle-upon-Tyne between May and October in 1929.

The poster shows a male worker gesturing towards the buildings of the exhibition, which are seen beyond the newly opened famous Tyne Bridge.

Artist: Septimus Scott.

The Tyneside Prints watermark does not appear on the poster that you receive.

Type: Posters



In 1929 Newcastle was the venue for a spectacle the like of which had never been seen in the region. During its six month life 4½ million visitors passed through the turnstiles, and when the pavilions were dismantled the area reverted to a public park, Exhibition Park at it is now. It remains in folk memory of Tyneside as one of the most enjoyable events in regional history.

  • 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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