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Churnet Valley Collection

The Pennines drift their craggy path down towards Stoke-on-Trent and provide some spectacular scenery as they do so. Weaving its lazy way through the Pennines’ hills and valleys, the Churnet Valley railway was completed in 1849 and finally closed 139 years later in 1988. Happily, for posterity, the central section passed into the hands of a preservation society, The North Staffordshire Railway Society. Designer, Vicky Lovatt, often uses the Churnet Valley railway to enjoy the scenery, and the more familiar she became with the landscape, the more she paid attention to the flowersto be found in abundance along the picturesque route of the Churnet Valley Railway. From there, the idea of two designs inspired by the Churnet Valley was born.

 

Churnet Common Blue - Vase Churnet Common Blue - Vase

Limited Edition

Churnet Common Blue
159/8

£615.00
Churnet Valley - Plaque Churnet Valley - Plaque

Numbered Edition

Churnet Valley
PLQ3

£475.00