A poster produced by The District Railway, London Underground, "Light, Power & Speed" by Charles Sharland in 1910. It features one of the new trains that were introduced with the electrification of the District Railway in 1905. A 3rd Class season ticket price from an unnamed station to the then terminus of the District Railway at Mansion House, was one pound, five shillings and nil pence.
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