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Enjoy some railway romance … with our pick of vintage railway posters

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February’s traditionally a time for love – and you can take romantic journey into the past with our pick of nostalgic train posters. Just read on to see some vintage prints showing rail’s romantic side.

And if Cupid’s got you all loved up and planning a romantic escape of your own, check our journey planner to find cheap train tickets – you can spend the money you’ve saved on a gift for your sweetheart or a glass or two of champagne.

1. In the 1950s, Bristol set out to establish itself as the perfect destination for dating with this poster showing courting couples taking a romantic stroll along the Avon Gorge.







2. British Railways’ Eastern Region splashed out on creating this eye-catching poster (1948 – 1964), hoping to persuade young couples looking for some seaside fun to head to the East Coast by rail.






3. City breaks have always been a popular choice for couples planning romantic weekends away – and this 1978 poster for British Rail’s Inter-City service emphasises how you can impress your loved one for less and keep your relationship on track by taking the train.







Are you planning a romantic journey by rail? Let us know by leaving a comment below …

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