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'''''Titled "The Gateway To The Highlands" by Maurice Greiffenhagen R.A.'''''</center>
 
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This historic poster showing The Battle of Stirling Bridge was done by Maurice Greiffenhagen about 1925.  The original is held at the National Railway Museum in York, England.  The poster collection at the museum is one of the largest in the world.  The poster represents many things to our family and the peoples of Scotland, but it also shows and represents the golden age of poster art spanning the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.  If you enjoy poster art, you must visit the museum!
 
This historic poster showing The Battle of Stirling Bridge was done by Maurice Greiffenhagen about 1925.  The original is held at the National Railway Museum in York, England.  The poster collection at the museum is one of the largest in the world.  The poster represents many things to our family and the peoples of Scotland, but it also shows and represents the golden age of poster art spanning the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.  If you enjoy poster art, you must visit the museum!

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07.15 Stirling The Gateway To The Highlands


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Titled "The Gateway To The Highlands" by Maurice Greiffenhagen R.A.


This historic poster showing The Battle of Stirling Bridge was done by Maurice Greiffenhagen about 1925. The original is held at the National Railway Museum in York, England. The poster collection at the museum is one of the largest in the world. The poster represents many things to our family and the peoples of Scotland, but it also shows and represents the golden age of poster art spanning the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. If you enjoy poster art, you must visit the museum!