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Spirit of the North Gallery

Northern inspiration from Yorkshire, Greater Lancashire and the North-East

Choose from 101 pictures in our Spirit of the North collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Historic England.


Yorkshire Dales EAW603550 Featured Spirit of the North Print

Yorkshire Dales EAW603550

KELD HEAD SCAR, North Yorkshire. Aerial photograph of Kingsdale, near Thornton Force in the Yorkshire Dales. The cliffs reveal the Great Scar Limestone, which consist of a number of layers of limestone beds of varying thickness and hardness. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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Aerial, Hill, Landscape, Rural

Sheffield 17567_19 Featured Spirit of the North Print

Sheffield 17567_19

Arundel Street area, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Some important cutlery works still survive in Arundel Street, despite the urban renewal around them. Butcher's Wheel and Sellers Wheel can be seen in the lower right hand quadrant of this aerial photograph. They were 19th-century cutlery, edge tool and file-making works, with multi-storeyed workshop ranges around a courtyard. Photographed in May 2001

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Neptune Energy Park Walker DP174618 Featured Spirit of the North Print

Neptune Energy Park Walker DP174618

Neptune Energy Park, Neptune Historic Dry Dock, Shepherd Offshore Ltd, Fisher Street, Walker, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyneside. Began 1860 when John Wigham Richardson set up a small ship yard employing 200 people. Image shows the 60m high Blyth Offshore Demonstrator Wind Farm gravity based foundations under construction before being floated out into the River Tyne at high tide and out to sea. It will be the first offshore wind project to use a 66kV rated inter array to connect turbines to a new onshore sub station at Blyth. View from north from rooftop of Segedunum Visitors Centre. June 2017

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