Christmas Shopping At London Transport Museum Shop, Part 2

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Christmas Shopping At London Transport Museum Shop, Part 2
Salt and pepper shakers in five transport themes.
Salt and pepper shakers in five transport themes.
Stationery with a London skyline theme.
Stationery with a London skyline theme.
A hand-crafted jigsaw of London's iconic transport options.
A hand-crafted jigsaw of London's iconic transport options.
It’s not too late to smarten up your Christmas tree with these phonebox-shaped fairy lights.
It’s not too late to smarten up your Christmas tree with these phonebox-shaped fairy lights.
Placemats, coasters and mugs based on the Keep Warm, Travel Underground poster.
Placemats, coasters and mugs based on the Keep Warm, Travel Underground poster.
A travelcard holder based on the Keep Warm, Travel Underground poster.
A travelcard holder based on the Keep Warm, Travel Underground poster.

This is a sponsored post on behalf of London Transport Museum Shop.

London Transport Museum Shop is the perfect place to find that last-minute Christmas gift idea. One attractive new range features a wintry scene from a 1925 London Underground poster. The Keep Warm Travel Underground design, by Kathleen Stenning, appears on items including mugs, placemats, coasters, travelcards and posters, all available from the Museum Shop in Covent Garden and online. Other new items include a selection of stationery and cases sporting a London skyline pattern and a brightly coloured hand-crafted child's jigsaw puzzle showing London's transport icons. And for the dining table, how about these eye-catching salt & pepper shakers with transport patterns? Perfect for a Secret Santa.

It's not all about gift-buying, though. London Transport Museum Shop also includes plenty of tempting items for your own home. One popular purchase is a set of Christmas Tree fairy lights in the shape of London red telephone boxes.

If you need more ideas, check out our previous post highlighting a range of bags, cases and scarves based on the familiar seat moquette fabric designs from London Underground, as well as a range of gifts celebrating the New Johnston typeface used throughout London's transport network.

Last Christmas orders for delivery must be received today (21 December 2011).

Last Updated 21 December 2011