Bagdatopoulos, William Spencer (1888-1965). Greek-born but studied in The Netherlands and worked in Britain. He was commissioned to do a lot of work for Indian State Railways.
Baker, A R
Where Hampshire meets Dorset
Biais, Henri I. French, which served him right. There is a rue Henri Biais in Villefranche-sur Mer. Don't know if that's named after this guy.
Birck, Alphonse. French. (1859-1942)
Fêtes de Ghezireh au Caire
Broders, Roger (1883-1953). French
PLM Simplon Orient Express
Brown, Gregory. (1887-1948)
The Londoner's Garden - Kent
The Londoner's Leisure - the Thames
The Londoner's Highlands - Surrey
Cassandre, Adolphe Mouron (né Adolphe Jean-Marie Mouron in Kharkov, Ukraine) (1901-1968) The best-known and most influential artist yet to feature on this site. Won a first prize at the 1925 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes (from which we get the term Art Deco). Created lots of Art Deco posters (Normandie is probably his most famous). Got depressed and topped himself.
Victoria London Dunkerque
Dunkerque Folkestone Londres
Danvers, Verney L. Active from the 1920s certainly through to the 1950s (BR Swanage artwork c. 1955).
Fix-Masseau, Pierre. French. (1905-1994)
Côte d'Azur Pullman Express
Grundy, John Hull (1907 - 1984)
Keely, Patrick (possibly Keely) (d. 1970)
A Straight Line
Progress on the Southern Railway
Kerr, T D. Prolific during the 1920s, but apart from that I can't find a single thing about him. Or her, for that matter.
Gateway to the Continent
Electrification (part of Progress quartet)
Steam! (again, Progress)
Rolling Stock (ditto)
The Viaduct (likewise)
Your Best Expresses
Whitstable & Tankerton
Marton, Lajos. Hungarian. Well he must be with a name like that.
Mayes, Reginald (1901-1992). Artist for the LMS before the War and London Transport after it.
Have your tickets ready please
Mott, Ralph (1888-1959)
Naurac, Jean-Raoul (1878 - 1948)
Newbould, Frank (1887-1951)
Penny a mile
Péan, René (1875-1955)
London-Paris via Newhaven-Dieppe
Paris à Londres I
Paris à Londres II
Pears, Charles (1873-1958)
Now to Ascot - Reading - Camberley
Rojan (Feodor Stepanovich Rojankovsky) (1891-1970) Russian émigré illustrator of children's books and erotic literature!
Severin, Mark (or Marc) (1906 - 1987) Belgian-born artist and graphic designer who lived in England for most of his life. Seems to have had a bookplate specialism.
Shep (Charles Shepard) (born 1892, died c. 1976). Head of Studio at The Baynard Press. Designed posters for the Southern Railway, British Rail, London Underground and the Royal Mail Packet Steamship Company. His surname is often misspelt Shepherd, sometimes by institutions which really should know better.
Atlantic Coast Express
Spradberry, Walter E
The Proud City
Thomas, Bert (Herbert Samuel) (1883 - 1966)
Is Your Journey Really Necessary?
Tripp, Sir Herbert Alker (1883-1954). Polymath. Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, yachtsman and author.
So Swiftly Home
South for Winter Sunshine
Webb, L. A.
White, Ethelbert (1891-1972)
Live in Kent and be content
Live in Surrey and be happy
Live in Surrey free from worry
Wilkinson, Norman (1878-1971) One of the finest marine artists of the 20th century and camouflage expert. He was the first to propose the use of disruptive coloration in naval camouflage, for which he coined the well-known term "dazzle painting" or dazzle camouflage