Discover the historic beauty of Scotland's Caledonian Canal with this exquisite fine art print from Media Storehouse. This detailed map, created by A. Stockwell and published by Scottish Canals in 1889, showcases the intricate waterway connecting Fort William and Inverness. Explore the nearby lochs, rivers, and settlements as you follow the route from the Western to the Eastern Sea. Order your limited-edition print today and bring a piece of Scottish history into your home or office.
21x7 image printed on 27x13 Fine Art Rag Paper with 3" (76mm) white border. Our Fine Art Prints are printed on 300gsm 100% acid free, PH neutral paper with archival properties. This printing method is used by museums and art collections to exhibit photographs and art reproductions.
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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 14.9cm x 53.3cm (5.9" x 21")
Estimated Product Size is 33cm x 68.6cm (13" x 27")
These are individually made so all sizes are approximate
EDITORS COMMENTS This print showcases a historical treasure, the "Map or Chart of the Caledonian Canal, or Inland Navigation from the Western to the Eastern Sea by Fort William and Inverness". Created by A. Stockwell, this plan offers a comprehensive view of the iconic Caledonian Canal route, stretching from Fort William to Inverness in Scotland. With meticulous detail, this map reveals not only the canal itself but also nearby lochs, rivers, and settlements that played an integral role in shaping Scottish history. As we gaze upon this print, our imagination is transported back to a time when trade and transportation relied heavily on these waterways. Commissioned by the House of Commons and printed by W. & A. K. Johnston Limited in Edinburgh, this map serves as both an invaluable historical document and a testament to human ingenuity. It highlights how humans have harnessed nature's resources for their own progress while respecting its beauty. The intricate lines etched on paper depict not just geographical features but also tell stories of perseverance and determination – tales of engineers who overcame immense challenges to construct this remarkable feat of engineering. As we admire this print from Scottish Canals today, let us appreciate those who came before us; their vision has left behind an enduring legacy that continues to shape Scotland's landscape and inspire generations to come.
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