In the 1930s smokers were encouraged to collect cigarette cards which were inside their packet of cigarettes, on various themes and mount them in an album by Wills, a branch of the Imperial Tobacco Company. The album cost one penny, but the health costs were probably somewhat higher. This album was for cards featuring railway engines and starts with the big names running in the UK and then moves on to international engines. There’s no need for you to light up though, you can have this lovely set, minus only two cards, for a smoke-free tenner. Any lingering smell of smoke has long gone…..
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