|Dimensions:||100 x 60 cm | 39.37 x 23.62 inches|
|Condition:||Good | | B|
|Publisher:||South East & Chatham Railway|
|Printed by:||Mc Corquodale & Co. Ltd,. London|
Original vintage travel poster promoting places of historic Interest and vacation destinations like Ypres Castle, Rye.
The Ypres Tower is thought to have been built in the early 14th century as part of the town’s defenses and is the second oldest building open to the public in Rye. It was Henry III who gave permission for the castle to be built as part of the defense against the frequent raids by the French.
In good condition. Minor paper loss and wear. Mounted on linen.
Printed text: Places of historic Interest on the South Eastern & Chatham Railway (S.E. & C.Rly.) Ypres Castle, Strand gate, Winchelsea; Landgate, Rye. For particulars of Fares and Services apply to S.E. & C.R. - P.C. Tempest, General Manager