Print – Saltburn by the Sea


Saltburn A3 print. Darlington based Jonny Lancaster is the talented artist behind this poster. He takes inspiration from the mid 20th century rail travel posters and combined them with his own ideas to create North East themed posters and prints with a fresh contemporary twist.

Materials: Paper, Ink

Please note this A3 print comes unframed. Prints will be dispatched flat wrapped in cellophane backed with cardboard.


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In 1856, the hamlet of Saltburn consisted of the Ship Inn and a row of houses, occupied by farmers and fishermen. Saltburn-by-the-Sea was founded by the Stockton & Darlington Railway at the terminus of its easternmost branch in 1861. Henry Pease was behind much of the later S&DR extensions including this one. According to his wife Mary, in 1858, while walking along the coast path towards Old Saltburn to visit his brother Joseph in Marke, Henry Pease saw a prophetic vision of a town arising on the cliff and the quiet, unfrequented and sheltered glen turned into a lovely garden. As the line had alreday received Royal Assent by then, his vision was perhaps not quite so prophetic.

Read more about Saltburn-by-the-Sea and Henry Pease here.


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