Vintage and original posters of tourism, travels from 1880 to 1960, railway regionalism, the first air lines, long crossings on board liners or cargo ships, the first seaside resorts and the first ski resorts, automobile circuits, stations, casinos, parks, forests, castles in France and in the world. The vintage travel posters are divided into three main sections: railway, navigation and air travel from the 1890s to about 1970. The old railway posters cover the metropolis and its municipalities, so-called "places of interest", characteristic sites, automobile circuits, seaside and mountain resorts, as well as several Swiss and Italian, British or Belgian destinations and further east to the eastern confines of Mesopotamia thanks to the Orient-Express. The vintage navigation posters include all the posters of the navigation companies that covered the network of the French Empire and its overseas departments and territories, as well as some foreign companies such as the White Star or the Cunard for example. Finally, the airline posters dating from the early 1910s are more focused on a selection of old airline posters from the 1930s to the 1960s.