Train nuts and fans of classic design might want a piece of the British Rail signage range in their homes. If you do, it is available via The Modernist.
A London icon (of sorts) has been recreated in canvas, courtesy of this London Underground Tube Tent.
For a novel shelving solution, check out the London Transport Museum's stock of 1960's Luggage Racks salvaged from decomissioned Metropolitan Line trains.
If you like your home furnishings to come with a bit of history then look no further than these Reclaimed Train Luggage Racks from retro interiors specialists Original House.
This Going Places rug from Designers Guild is another example of a kid's design that's as desirable for adults too.
It's a colourful design, intended to capture the hustle and bustle of transport in a busy place. That translates into simple outlines of cars and trains, set amongst the backdrop of cars and mountains. Both the subject matter and the treatment of the design are reminiscent of classic transport posters.
Made from acrylic and measuring 120 x 170cm, the rug costs £195.
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