In the Olden Days, the railway companies advertised their wares by means of some finely executed posters, intriguing now to look back on what went on. The London Midland and Scottish Railway ran to Llanberis in Wales and people were encouraged to holiday in old converted coaches by the side of the main line. £2.10s.0d per week seems to be a bargain (that's £2.50 in New Money), I doubt you could do this these days.
These posters are on show at the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Railway in North Yorkshire, a few more fromt he railway follows in the week.
(This post, and small series of images, was inspired by Bill(Yellowbear)'s images from the Tramway Museum)
Stop me and buy ...
Looking forward ...