The principal railway station for Manchester, it orginally opened in 1842 as Store street, becoming London Road in 1847 and finally the Piccadilly we all know and (maybe not) love in 1960. As of March 2020, it was the third busiest staion outside of London with over 30 million passenger comings and going in a year. Love it or hate it, Manchester Piccadilly has been a big part of many a Mancunian and adopted Mancuian's lives, and is now a thriving residential area thanks to the proliferation of city centre living. Own a piece of its hitsory to po on your wall with this beautiful framed bus blind.
A little more compact in size than the standard bus blinds at 71cm wide, this 60s original is printed on an early tyvek type material, giving an incredibly crisp finish with a slight gloss shine to the white lettering. It is in excellent condition for its age.
Framed dimensions - 71cm x 23cm
Framed in a 30mm wide black card mount with black core, and 30mm wooden frame with black painted finish. Supplied framed and ready to hang.