The Golden Arrow was the Southern's most prestigious train and was arguably second only to the Flying Scotsman in fame. The arrow formed a consistent and powerful motif throughout the Southern's promotion of the service. London-Paris in 6h40 isn't quite Eurostar, but it has style!
The poster dates from 1931 and is the work of Shep (Charles Shepard).
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