Bishop Auckland Viaduct

This viaduct enabled trains from Bishop to run to Durham. When the railways were closed they were going to destroy the viaduct but there were protests and so it is now a road bridge from Bishop Auckland to Weardale. The smaller Skirlaw bridge was the original road bridge which is still used when high winds prevent traffic crossing the viaduct.

Painted: January 1998

Giclée Print Edition:750

Available:

Original

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Framed Original

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Unmounted Giclée Print

Image size is 12" by 8" on a 16" by 12" paper. Flat wrapped in cellophane with card backing and complete with Certificate of Authentication.

£25

Mounted Giclée Print

Image size is 15" by 10.5" with a double 20" by 16" ivory and white mount. Flat wrapped in cellophane with card backing and complete with Certificate of Authentication.

£35

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