Euston Station, London, England. L M S Railway Company. 1933.
1) "The Story of the Royal Scot," profusely photo-illustrated booklet 9 x 7 1/8 inches, 32 pages, with decorative string binding and map of the Royal Scot’s route, London to Scotland. Extensive photos of the train itself, interiors, and countryside it passes through. Light soiling to covers; interior clean and bright. 2) "The Royal Scot London Midland & Scottish Railway of Great Britain," brochure 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 unfolding to double-sided illustrated panel 15 x 22 inches. Text on cover states "Visit of the train to the North American Continent and the Century of Progress Exposition Chicago 1933." Brochure contains a fascinating image of the steam engine and eight coaches, plus photos of the train’s luxurious interior. Eleven inch separation along one of the folds, otherwise very good clean condition. The two items, booklet and brochure, document the iconic express locomotive operated by the London Midland & Scottish Railway between London and Scotland. Item #53641