They could be called, oh I don't know, something like London and North Eastern Railway, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Great Western Railway and Southern Railway.
What does LNER stand for?
LNER stands for London and North Eastern Railway (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
They could be called, oh, I don''t know, something like London and North Eastern Railway, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Great Western Railway and Southern Railway.
The 40in x 50in poster produced in 1930 by artist Henry George Gawthorn for the London and North Eastern Railway is set to fetch between pounds 5,000 and pounds 7,500 at Swann Auction Galleries in New York next week.
The Flying Scotsman was the first passenger locomotive to be built by the London and North Eastern Railway.
In the 1930s, for example, express locomotives of the London and North Eastern Railway were named after racehorses, presumably in the expectation of a positive recognition factor from travellers.
The 40ins by 50ins poster, featuring the words "The Tees" and produced for the London and North Eastern Railway, was produced, possibly in the early 1930s, by prolific Seaton Carew artist Frank Henry Mason.
In Hitchcock's day, thanks to the locomotives of Sir Nigel Gresley and the marketing department of the London and North Eastern Railway, the East Coast route had become the fashionable way north.
The Flying Scotsman was the first passenger express train to be built by the London and North Eastern Railway in 1923.