For Registered Newspaper Readers Only might have a slight point to make but the double page spread is alive with observation about stations and railway travel. The display of Outdoor Advertising is delightful ('Take a Holiday at Shrimpsea on Sewer' - he had himself designed posters for the Rail System) and the architectural structures are accurate and embedded with telling detail.He also worked for Radio Times and of course PUNCH.

Watts was born in 1883 and died 1935. He is well served in his family site and The Art of Arthur Watts, Simon Watts (editor), Ottawa: Lee Valley, 2003.