Save the date! LNER launches 2022 calendar to celebrate destinations and heritage

27/10/21 Save the date! LNER launches 2022 calendar to celebrate destinations and heritage

London North Eastern Railway (LNER) has launched a 2022 limited edition calendar following the success of the inaugural calendar created for this year.

The official LNER 2022 Calendar features eight modern images of LNER destinations and locations along with East Coast route along with four original LNER heritage poster designs taken from the archives held at the National Railway Museum in York.

The modern-day images have been captured by notable regional photographers along the route including Simon Williams from Northumberland and Charlotte Graham from West Yorkshire. The inside front cover of the calendar features a montage of photography which has been captured by LNER social media followers.

Destinations featured in the calendar include the historic Durham city skyline, the picturesque Northumberland coastline and snowy scenes from the Scottish Highlands.

Kate McFerran, Director of Communications at LNER, said: “The second LNER Calendar has been created from the talent of our route’s local photographers as well as celebrating some of our iconic heritage with posters from the archives at the National Railway Museum.

“Our first calendar proved immensely popular with our customers in 2021 and we’re excited to share the 2022 edition with our loyal customers and fans. Evocative images from the LNER route definitely provide people with the inspiration to fill it with their travel plans for the year ahead whilst enjoying some of our most stunning landscapes.

“From design through to printing, we’re proud that the 2022 calendar has been created with suppliers right along the LNER route, which is an important part of our responsible business and community investment strategy.”

The A4 luxury calendar and packaging is printed on fully recycled Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) approved silk paper, which can be recycled again. The design and printing of the calendar has been part of a collaboration with Ruddocks, Lincolnshire-based design and printing company.

Anyone who would like to get their hands on the LNER Calendar for 2022 can now do so by pre-ordering a copy from the LNER Shop, which also sells a range of face coverings, the LNER cookbook, a BigJigs toy Azuma train and other LNER merchandise.

The calendars make ideal Christmas gifts priced at just £11.99 including postage, and will be delivered from late November.

Customers can visit for more information and to make a purchase. Customers wishing to purchase calendars from outside of the UK should contact

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