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Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct is the longest viaduct on the Settle to Carlisle railway line and is situated just over the Cumbrian border in Yorkshire. This image features a steam train making it’s way across the bridge. The artist wanted to recreate the puffs of steam using a wet in wet technique. This provides a contrast to the gnarled, weather beaten rocks in the foreground.


This is a limited edition print produced from an original watercolour painting.


Limited Edition run of 150.


The paper and inks are archival quality. This ensures that with the right care, the image will look the same for decades to come.


Printed at 600dpi for razor sharp detail.


The colours have been carefully matched to the original painting.


The print comes in a mount with a back board, unframed.


The mount is conservation quality. This means that it will not discolour over time.


Signed and numbered on the mount.

Ink - Epson Ultrachome Pigment Inks.


Paper - Hahnemuhle German Etching Fine Art Paper 310gsm.


Mount - Minuet (Off White) - Conservation mount board.




Image Size - H 24cm W 71cm


Mounted Size - H 41cm W 88cm

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