This attractive 25 lire black stamp from Italy celebrated Stamp Day in 1970 and featured an electric Mail train. Engraved by E. Donnini.
This postcard shows a Travelling post Office (TPO) Special at a station on the Isle of Man, published by the Post office Authority (possibly in the 1940s).
This Israeli issue showed a number of locomotives in use in the Railways of the Holy land. Designed by A. Calderon.
This issue celebrated the 13th International Railway congress held in Paris in 1937. It featured: 30c. Electric Train 1 f. 50 Stream-lined locomotive Engraved by Achille Ouvré and Degorce. Recess.
This 100 fo. grey-blue stamp celebrated the birth Centenary of Railway engineer Gyorgy Jendrassik. Designed by Gyorgy Lengyel.
This set of four stamps celebrated the Centenary of Swiss Railways. %c designed by B. Beber 10c. by O. Baumberger 20c and 30c. by O. Buegg Photo. Printed by Courvoisier Granite paper.
This very detailed map shows the rail network of Bohemia in or shortly before 1883. A must for postmark and TPO collectors of the area...
This stamp commemorated the International Railway Congress in Bologna, Italy. It featured a Railway Steam Locomotive Driving Wheels. Designed by E. Vangelli.
The Santa Special It was Christmas Eve and Alderney had woken up to a magical stillness and hush. As the Islanders pulled open their curtains, a blank canvas awaited them to be filled with festive fun.
British engineers who built the world's first railways in their own country also introduced them to others.One of these was Egypt, whose first railway was engineered by Robert Stephenson. But the first Egyptian line was unlike the others.
This map shows the Railways of Western Australia in 1909. A useful map for rail enthusiasts and Travelling Post Office collectors.
New Algerian stamps are dedicated to the modern means of local transport – Oran tramway and Constantine cable car. Oran tramway was launched on May 1, 2013. The Oran tramway having 30 trains connects major sites and neighborhoods of Oran agglomeration, thereby considerably facilitating travel in the city. Line 1 (Senia – Sidi Maarouf) spreads over a plot of 18.5 km having 32 stations, four of which are interchanged.