"Poster at Manchester Victoria, 26 June 1930."
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"Poster advertising holidays on the Sunny South Express which ran from Liverpool and Manchester to Brighton and Eastbourne. It ran from 1904 until after the war. It was put on for passengers wishing to travel from the north down to the south coast, without having to change trains. It passed through Birmingham, Rugby and the west side of London. Trains also ran from the north down to the Kent coast."