Brick Wall, Capital Letter, Cigarette, England, Europe
'Weybourne, England - May 23, 2012: A dilapidated Woodbine cigarettes enamel sign on the wall of an historic railway station at Weybourne in Norfolk. Wills Woodbines were a brand of strong, untipped cigarette made by the British firm of WD + HO Wills from the late 19th century. Popular with the armed forces and manual workers, they could be bought in packets of five, which made them attractive to the less well-off. The Wills company was amalgamated into Imperial Tobacco in 1901.'