IRON ORE MINING, NORTH YORK MOORS
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This picture was painted outside on a wet and windy day; it was a battle to resolve the work. Farndale is a valley in the North York Moors National Park and the next valley to Rosedale where iron ore was mined in the 19th century. This iron was transported to Middlesbrough via a railway which skirted the edge and ridge of the valley. The industrial revolution has its roots in these valleys and so was instrumental in transforming society and the life we know today.
152.4cm (w) x 121.92cm (h)
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