A view from the rolling meadows of Arthington to Almscliffe Cragg with the distinctive Wharfedale Viaduct in the foreground.
Almscliffe Cragg is a giant outcrop of rocks which rises out of the meadowlands and is visable for miles around. It stands above the Lower Wharfe Valley to the south of Harrogate.
Almscliffe Cragg is considered one of the best rock climbing locations in the area and has stunning views from the top on a clear day.
Yorkshire is renowned for its beautiful Yorkshire stone viaducts and here we have a curving example. It carries the Harrogate Line across the Wharfe valley between Arthington in West Yorkshire and Castley in North Yorkshire, England. It is a Grade II listed structure.
A 13 colour hand pulled silk screen print in A1 size. A limited edition of 39
Italian Canaletto Bianco 300gms paper, Acrylic paint.