Framed Print of Charing Cross Railway Bridge, March 1860
Engraving of the Charing Cross railway bridge over the Thames, with Westminster in the distance, from the Illustrated London News, 31st March 1860. This illustration was published whilst the bridge was still being constructed and Charing Cross station, which was built at the same time, only opened in 1864. In the middle distance, one can see two sailing barges 'dipping' their masts while they pass under the bridge
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Media ID 4383109
31st , Barges , Charing , Constructed , Masts , Whilst
14"x12" (38x32cm) Framed Print
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Wood grain effect frame with professionally mounted print on 10x8 archival quality photographic paper. Overall outside dimensions are 14x12 inch (363x325mm). Features hardboard back stapled in with hanger and glazed with durable Styrene Plastic to provide a virtually unbreakable glass-like finish. Easily cleaned with a damp cloth. Moulding is 40mm wide by 15mm thick. Please note that, to prevent the paper falling through the mount window and to prevent cropping of the original artwork, the visible print may be slightly smaller to allow the paper to be securely attached to the mount without any white edging showing and to match the aspect ratio of the original artwork.
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