Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct was built to cover for the Carlisle to Settle railway line..... Work on the line started in 1869. The first stone was laid on the longest viaduct, across Batty Moor (now Ribblehead), in October 1870. At the peak of activity, some 2,000 men worked on this viaduct. And hundreds died during the 4 years it took to complete the engineering marvel. This was a construction, as was the whole line, built almost entirely by men without the assistance of machinery. This would look magnificent adorning any home or office wall as a print or canvas, or other merchandise that is available for sale, and would be a lovely black and white reminder of when you last visited here!

Sandra Cockayne

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Sandra Cockayne | Ribblehead Viaduct
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Designed to cover a large amount of wall space, canvas prints are ideal for big rooms. We only use 100% cotton canvas with a thickness of 340GSM, not cheap synthetic fibre alternatives. All dimensions for canvas products are in inches. Our normal finish is to 'wrap' the edges - please e-mail us at time of order if you require mirrored, black or white edges.

We print with a 12 colour process, this means we can print a much larger colour range than most printing companies that normally use a 4 or 8 colour process. All sizes for our satin paper prints are in inches. Please note our prints are supplied without mounts or frames.

Square (with rounded edges) High quality, cork backed, gloss finish on the front. Size - appx 9cm.

6mm foam backed - printable are appx 24cm X 19cm. We need appx 3mm bleed for these.

A white, 10oz ceramic mug with a maximum printable area of 9cm high by 18cm wide

A 'proper mug' - 15 oz of pure indulgence, maximum print area 9cm high by 18cm wide.

A white 8 oz mug, altogether more 'dainty', maximum print area of 9cm high by 17cm wide