|Title||...And Still the Railwaymen Carried On!|
|Collection||Imperial War Museum: Posters of Conflict - The Visual Culture of Public Information and Counter Information|
|Printer||Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London EC2, Dunstable and Watford|
|Concept||railways, natural phenomena / time / weather, transport, civilian morale, workers|
|Description||whole: the four separate images occupy the majority. The title is separate and placed across the top edge, across the centre and across the bottom edge, in white cursive script. All set against a brown background.
image: four photographs of problems caused for the railways by winter weather conditions: a railway engine covered in snow; two railway workers clearing snow from a track; a railway station and track covered with snow; damaged electricity lines by the side of a snow-covered railway line.
text: ... and still the Railwaymen carried on!
WATERLOW AND SONS LTD., LONDON AND DUNSTABLE.
|Object||locomotive, shovel, electricity line|
|Id Number Current Accession||IWM PST 15186|
|Location Creation Site||Great Britain|
|Measurements Dimensions||1013 mm x 632 mm|
|Material||lithograph on paper|
|Format Series Notes||No.524.|
|Event||WW2 British Home Front|
|Related Country||Great Britain GB|
|Rights||Every effort has been made to trace copyright holders and gain permission for use of the images within this collection. We would be grateful for any information concerning copyright and will withdraw images immediately on copyright holder’s request.|
|Style Period Period||1939-1945|
|Production Method||lithograph in 2 colours|