Hand drawn illustration of Clifton Suspension Bridge with the ss Great Britain sailing underneath.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge opened in 1864. The bridge is built to an dearly design by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The stunning view of the Avon Gorge can be seen when walking or driving from Clifton to Leigh Woods.
The ss Great Britain, completed in 1845, was the longest passenger ship of her time. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, she was the first iron ship with a screw propeller. She was also the first iron steamer to cross the Atlantic, which she did in just 14 days.
Clifton Suspension Bridge + ss Great Britain Print
Open edition prints | Digitally printed on high quality 300gsm 100% recycled paper | signed by the artist | Each print is backed with card and wrapped with tissue paper or cello | A4 size: 20.7cm x 29.7cm Fits a standard frame