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'LINCOLN CASTLE - HUMBER FERRY' open edition dcb115

Lincoln Castle humber ferry picture by artist David Bell
Lincoln Castle humber ferry picture by artist David BellLincoln Castle humber ferry picture by artist David Bell mounted for sale
Image size: 47 x 28cm. Mount size: 55 x 36cm. I'm confident that you will be happy with both the service I provide and the quality of any purchased art. Read Customer Testimonials Here. I offer an unconditional 100% money back guarantee on all artwork sold. For any questions you may have, please se ...Read more
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Image size: 47 x 28cm. Mount size: 55 x 36cm.

I'm confident that you will be happy with both the service I provide and the quality of any purchased art. Read Customer Testimonials Here. I offer an unconditional 100% money back guarantee on all artwork sold. For any questions you may have, please see Frequently Asked Questions.

The Lincoln Castle paddle steam ferry on the river humber. Lincoln Castle was the last of the river Humber ferries to be built prior to the construction of the Humber Bridge, which brought the service to a close. The Lincoln Castle was built in 1940 at the A & J Inglis boatyard on the river Clyde in Scotland. Owned by the London and North Eastern Railway Company (LNER) she was powered by a triple expansion diagonal reciprocating steam engine. After the war, Lincoln Castle, along with her sister ships, Wingfield Castle and Tattershall Castle continued their ferry services between Hull and New Holland. They also ran a sunday excursion schedule from Hull, providing evening cruises to Read's Island, and daytime trips to Grmsby. This continued until the opening of the Humber Bridge in 1981 when, as the countries last coal-fired paddle steamer, Lincoln Castle was laid up.

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The print is signed by David Bell. The picture is supplied cellophane wrapped, presented in a generously sized mount.

Delivery to mainland UK is FREE.