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One of a series of posters for Manchester trams and buses produced by Manchester Municipal School of Art students for the Corporation Transport Department in 1934. This classic design is by E. Wigglesworth. Giclee print on premium silk 240gsm paperPaper size 420x600mm (A2)Please note that these posters are reproductions Manchester Central Library poster shop features a selection of posters from Central Librarys historic collections.

The giclee prints on premium silk 240gsm paper make ideal presents. The beauty of this series of 1930s travel posters is extraordinary. These are available to buy at the Central Library shop. Many of these posters were produced as a result of the Manchester Municipal School of Art's posters competition for Manchester Corporation Transport Department trams and buses between 1933 and 1934. ShopManchester Prints Manchester Central Library Manchester Central Library, was designed by E.

Vincent Harris and constructed between 1930 and 1934. The form of the building, a columned portico attached to a rotunda domed structure, is loosely derived from the Pantheon, Rome. The library building is grade II listed. Central Library Manchester City Councils index of documents and pages organised within the following categories, Libraries, Central Library We use cookies on your computer or mobile device to help make this website better.

Sep 06, 2018  The Manchester Central Library is beautiful and it's well worth a visit. There is no entrance fee. Therefore, you can check it Visit our Poster shop where Manchester central library poster shop can buy prints of posters that were designed in a competition for Manchester Corporation Transport Department trams and buses between 1933 and 1934.

postcards and calendars based on our collections at the Central Library shop; Related information. A unique collection of exclusive posters available from Manchester Central Library's historic collections.

Manchester Central Library poster shop is now live featuring a selection of posters from Central Librarys historic collections. The Archives blog is made up of short pieces, mostly written by volunteers engaging with our collections.