Poster advertising a new exhibition at the National Railway Museum, York, 1990. The poster invites visitors to an exhibition, to see the train Queen Victoria travelled in. Queen Victoria made her first journey by train in 1842, from Windsor to London. Travelling by train meant that the Queen could travel around Britain more easily and could show herself to her people. She could also write and attend to business while she was travelling as train travel was far more comfortable than a stage coach.
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