A window into the past for both the curious and the collector — find rare, unusual and historic paper items, priced from £2 to over £2000. A huge range of ephemera will be on display. The fairs will be on for one day only so make a note in your diary now, we look forward to seeing you there!
Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury
London WC1N 1HT
Entry £3 · 11am - 4pm · All welcome
Members from 10am
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For more details call 01923 829079 or email
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Delights of Transport: Milwaukee Transit Passes
In the 1930s–60s, Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company offered trolley and bus riders a weekly burst of colour and hand lettering.
Milwaukee claims to be the inventor of the weekly transit pass, and for several decades they could also boast to have some of the most beautiful ones.
From Edinburgh to London & Beyond: Railway Posters from the Golden Age of Travel
Until 26 June 2022
This new exhibition celebrates the remarkable and striking work of some of the leading railway poster artists of the mid-twentieth century. Comprising of 40 original railway posters dating from the 1920s to the 1950s, ‘See Ushaw By Train’ – is a journey back in time from Edinburgh to London & Beyond via railway posters.
Some may reminisce on their younger years, whilst others will simply discover the past. Back then, London to Edinburgh wasn’t as easy to reach as it is today, a hardworking, cash-strapped worker in London would be fascinated by the Northumberland Coast or the Yorkshire Countryside posters on display at London railway stations and would aspire to escape their everyday life and ‘See Britain By Train’.
The exhibition will cover all the major destinations on LNER’s East Coast Mainline – including the Northumberland Coast, Newcastle, Durham and York – represented by large, bold and eye-catching vintage railway posters. An additional section of the exhibition includes posters advertising many of the LNER’s branch line destinations. Locations in this section include East Anglia, towns and villages on the Yorkshire Coast and Hadrian’s Wall.
An exhibition that explores the many ways in which the Victorians interacted with and sometimes exploited animals. Focussing on the period 1810-1914, the exhibition looks at ethical issues about our relationship with nature that are still relevant today.
Objects on display in Curious Creatures will include taxidermy animals and items made from animal skin or bone.
Get ready to meet a gallery of pet lovers, lion tamers, pigeon fanciers, colonial hunters, offal eaters, feather-hat wearers and more.