George Bradshaw con Bradshaw's International Air Guide, 1934
As air travel entered its exhilarating golden age, a growing number of Britons were taking to the skies - and what better publisher to help them plan their trips than Bradshaw, already famous for its comprehensive railway handbooks? Published in 1934, this is the very first edition of "Bradshaw's Air Guide". Redolent of glamour and adventure, it includes information on international airports, passenger details, fares, timetables and a fantastic vintage double-sided map of flight routes in the UK and around the world.
George Bradshaw Ltd