A BRITISH Railways poster advertising a famous Scots beauty spot to tourists in the 1920s and 30s is set for auction.
The travel advert, a reproduction of a work by Dundee artist James Mclntosh Patrick, is expected to fetch up to £300 when it goes under the hammer next month.
The original poster, thought to date from the inter-war era, will go on sale at Lyon & Turnbull, in Broughton Place, on May 8.
The poster features a view of Crieff as seen from the nearby village of Knock.
John Mackie, head of decorative arts at Lyon and Turnbull, said: “It was a tradition of the railway companies to ask local artists to represent the areas they came from, so James Mclntosh Patrick would have been asked to do a view of Crieff.”