GWR Railways "No Smoking" Sign (White)
The Great Western Railway started operating between Bristol and London in 1838. Thirty years later, in 1868, a parliamentary order resulted in the trains starting to offer smoke-free carriages. This cast iron railway sign is a nod to this interesting piece of history, as the first no-smoking signs that started to appear on carriages and platforms. The sign itself is made from durable cast iron and is finished with a handpainted vintage effect - with black raised lettering on a white background. Pre-drilled holes make it easy to hang on a wall of your choice.
W: 30 cm
D: 0.6 cm
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