Britannia - Ashopton Viaduct, Peak District
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Ashopton Viaduct above Ladybower Reserve, Peak District National Park, England
The Ashopton Viaduct is a major bridge in the Peak District, crossing the Ladybower Reservoir. It dates back to 1943. It is the only major crossing of the whole reservoir. Ashopton itself was once a small village in Derbyshire, England in the vale of the River Ashop. In the early 1940's the village (along with neighbouring Derwent) was demolished to make way for the filling of Ladybower Reservoir.
Beautiful photographic blank card. These high quality designs are part of the Britannia range which covers the whole of beautiful Britain and its wonderful landmarks.
Envelope Colour - White
Message Inside - Blank For Own Message
Card Size - H160mm x W160mm or H 6.29 x W 6.29 Inches Approx
Standard Letter Rate
Printed In The UK