T.S. INVICTA, Southern Railway. Dover

Title : T.S. INVICTA, Southern Railway. Dover
  • Printing : Lithograph in colours
  • Condition : A-
Date : 1946
Dimensions : 40 x 50 ins (101.60 x 127 cm)

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The Invicta was a passenger ferry built in 1939, was a troopship  during WWII and returned to British Railways in 1948. She served the Dover to Calais route till 1972.

The “Golden Arrow” or “Flèche d’Orwas the luxury route from London to Dover with Southern Railway, the ferry on S.S. Invicta, then Calais to Paris with the SNCF. Both the Golden Arrow and Fleche d’Or were started in 1926 mainly sung Pullman cars and hauled by a Lord Nelson class locomotive

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