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Who would’ve thought, but the London Transport Museum has ventured into making tablet accessories. Their District Moquette is a simple tablet sleeve made by Matt Fothergill using colored geometric design used on most 1980’s buses and trains. The case is designed to fit all “big” iPad models and any other similarly sized device. The moquette fabric and leather trim combination ensure not only attractive looks, but decent impact protection as well. There’s a classic flap lock to keep the case secured when the tablet is not in use.

About London Transport Museum:
Transport for London and London Transport Museum, two of London’s most vibrant commercial websites, have merged to offer a wide variety of unique and stylish commissioned, exclusive and print to order products inspired by London’s transport and social history past and present.

By merging London Transport Museum’s operations with Transport for London’s (its parent organization), we can both pool our resources to employ the best of British design talent to create a greater variety of product, keep customers better informed of relevant exhibitions, competitions and events and provide a better combined customer service.

Among the shop’s most popular items are iconic posters spanning a century of transport design, including art deco classics of the 1930s. London Transport Museum has one of the finest poster archives in the world with over 5,000 posters and 700 original poster artworks. Many of these London Underground posters by world famous artists and designers are available to buy online as a photographic reproduction in a range of sizes. You can browse our poster collection in Posters or Exclusive and vintage.

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