'Whitby from the Railway', North Yorkshire, 1847.

Cockburn, E

'Whitby from the Railway', North Yorkshire, 1847.
3 4 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 26cm

Description

Coloured lithograph by E Cockburn showing a view of the popular North Yorkshire fishing port of Whitby, famed as the place in which Bram Stoker wrote 'Dracula', It is also asociated with Caedmon, an illiterate shepherd widely considered to be the first English poet, who lived at the abbey after discovering God. Whitby Abbey is visible in the background.

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