This blank card s the perfect gift for anyone who loves Brighton, Hove and their history.
Designed and built by Magnus Volk, the ‘pioneer’ or ‘Daddy Long Legs’ as it was popularly known served the Brighton and Rottingdean seashore electric railway between 1896 and 1901. This was a proposal by Magnus Volk for a railway that ran along on rails underneath the sea for about 50 to 100 yards offshore, from where his existing electric railway finished all the way to Rottingdean, where it was connected to a pier. The tramcar ran on stilts that were about 24 feet above the sea bed. The railway was fairly short lived. It opened in 1896, but ceased to operate in 1901 when the council were introducing more sea defences along the coast and wanted to build groynes out into the sea.
The design is digitally printed on to 300gsm FSC certified card and comes packaged in a recyclable cellophane bag.
Each card is left blank inside for your own message. 105 x 148mm, C6 white envelope
* The colours you see on your screen may not look exactly the same as the actual print. This is because every computer, Smart phone and iPad screen is configured differently. Hopefully you will think the card looks even more beautiful in real life.
Your card will be shipped Royal Mail First Class.
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