Trainsby Edward Wesson
British Railway Huntingdonshire Travel Poster
Quaint view of a river with boats and village in background. Year of issue is approximated.The Huntingdonshire district of east-central England, although occupying a relatively tiny area, has had a tremendous impact on British and world history, serving as the childhood residence of Oliver Cromwell and giving birth to the humble sandwich. Wesson, in the employ of British Railways, lays out the Great Ouse river where it meets the village of St. Neots with bucolic magnificence for our approval.