The Peak District for Picture Makers, MR poster, 1930s
Poster produced for Midland Railway (MR) promoting train services to the Peak District, which is promoted as an ideal destination for artists and especially photographers. The poster shows an elegant woman in a striped dress in the sunny countryside holding a bellows camera looking towards two children carrying a picnic basket up the hill. The setting is specified as Miller's Dale, a picturesque area with green rolling hills, trees and a waterfall. Artwork by Charles E Turner
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Adlestrop Station, Gloucestershire, 1933
A view of Adlestrop Station in Gloucestershire, 1933, showing the station building, track and goods shed.
Adlestrop station opened in 1853 on the Cotswold Line, and closed in 1966. The station building was demolished the same year, with the signal box closing the year after in 1964
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1930s, 1933, Adlestrop, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, Goods Shed, Station
10th Duke with his four children, Billy, Andrew, Anne and Elizabeth at Bolton Abbey, c
3474047 10th Duke with his four children, Billy, Andrew, Anne and Elizabeth at Bolton Abbey, c.1938 (b/w photo)
; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: Edward William Spencer Cavendish (1895-1950) 10th Duke of Devonshire, known as Marquess of Hartington.
William Cavendish (1917-44) Marquess of Hartington, killed in action in World War II.
Lord Andrew Cavendish (1920–2004) 11th Duke of Devonshire.
Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Alice Cavendish (b.1926)
Lady Anne Evelyn Beatrice Cavendish (1927–2010)); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; out of copyright
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