Rare promotional poster of Liverpool featuring their most famous residents.
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This incredibly groovy pictorial map of Liverpool was published in 1974 by the city’s Public Relations Office. It was issued with the aim of harnessing the power of ‘Beatlemania’ to promote tourism at a time of steep economic decline for the port city.
The map was designed in a similar style to the animated film Yellow Submarine (1968) and highlights the former birthplaces, schools, and homes of the Fab Four. An abstract portrait of the band, Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields, and the Yellow Submarine itself are also captured within the image.
The map is most commonly seen in a reduced format (approximately 12″ x 12″) and this poster-style issue is scarce. The bottom of the sheet includes instructions on how to follow The Beatles Trail by bus or on foot.
Publication Date: 1974
Author: Liverpool Public Relations Office
Sheet Width (in): 19.90
Sheet Height (in): 29.60
Condition Description: A small strip, faintly toned, running along the bottom of the sheet. The corners and outer edges of the sheet are lightly worn, including one tiny tear, but overall in very good condition.
1 in stock