Penshaw Monument Travel Poster

£12.00£40.00

My modern travel poster of the Penshaw Monument (officially The Earl of Durham’s Monument), built in 1844 on Penshaw Hill near Sunderland, North East England.

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Description

Built in 1844 this well loved folly is officially known as The Earl of Durham’s Monument but known locally as Penshaw Monument. It is a replica of the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens and also features on the badge of Sunderland Football Club. A real local treasure.

It now belongs to the National Trust and is a truly wonderful place to enjoy the beautiful countryside. A steady climb will reward you with breathtaking views across the north east where you can watch the sunset, walk your dogs or simply put the world to rights.

 

 

Delivery times and backorders

I print A3 and A4 posters to order, and can usually dispatch within 48 hours of an order being placed. I have to order A1 and A2 posters on demand from an external printer, so these take a little longer. You’ll be able to see if I have any of these larger sizes in stock.