Post Office Magazine
Post Office publications have run from 1850 until the present day. St Martin's Le Grand started in 1890 and was replaced by The Post Office Magazine in 1933. This in turn was replaced by Courier in 1966 which is still published today (see our online exhibition to mark the 40 years of Courier).
All Post Office publications are held in archive class POST 92 but many issues are also available on the open shelves in our Archive Search Room.
Examples from our Collection
Here are some examples of Post Office Magazines in our collection:
Front cover of the Post Office Magazine showing The Beatles sorting fan mail.
Tibs, the Post Office's number one cat, an imposing 23lb giant, died in November 1964.
How the Royal Mail and Post Office services kept on the move during the big freeze of 1987.