Czech trains and railwayana from 1839 to 1989, made by Obchodní Tiskárny, Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Issued to mark the opening of line 3 of the metro in Valencia, 1998.
The ‘Beautiful Britain’ series depicting seaside and country resorts was produced by John Waddington Ltd for the Great Western Railway and London and North Eastern Railway between 1924-1939.
Canadian National Railways souvenir deck, dated to 1927. Every card is gilt edged, and carries a different photograph of Canada.
Pepys Express 1st edition, 1947 (before the nationalisation of the railways in 1948).
Hornby Playing cards are a retro deck designed and produced by Wild and Wolf copyright 2011.
Steam and diesel locomotives from the famous Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe Railway Company.
54 different colour photographs of steam locomotives from around the world.
National Railway Museum with drawings by Stuart Black, United Kingdom, 1993.
Orient Express playing cards evoking a bygone era of chauffeurs, monocles and exoticism. Manufactured by Waddingtons, c.1990.
Peru Rail souvenir cards "exploring the land of the Incas" published by Peru Rail, Cusco, c.2005.
54 classic images from a bygone age of railway travel from the National Railway Museum, York.
Seaboard Air Line Railway souvenir playing cards made by USPC Co., USA, c1910.
Southern Pacific Souvenir of the Golden West playing cards - Sunset, American Canyon and Shasta Routes - published by the Interstate Company exclusively for Southern Pacific News Service, c.1915.