Spanning the Globe
Celebrating bridges worldwide, built using Teesside steel, making Teesside a key player in the British Empire construction trade.
A list of just some of the bridges built using Teesside steel and celebrating Dorman Long and Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company, key players in the British Empire construction trade. Dorman Long was a key player in the British Empire construction trade along with another Teesside firm, Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company. In the 1880s, Dorman Long started making steel and, over the following years, bought several other firms and work sites around Teesside.
Their steel and the bridges that use them span the globe; from the iconic Tees Transporter just down the road, to the Sydney Harbour Bridge down under. Dorman Long bridges can be found crossing the Nile, connecting Danish islands and in far-flung places such as Hong Kong. The steel we produced locally didn’t just build the world, it bridged it too.
Designed by our studio design team and printed by our expert production partners on Fujifilm 210gsm photo paper, chosen exclusively to produce high-quality colour prints. Each poster is printed using the Silver halide technique, a traditional photo printing method involving light-sensitive paper and silver-based chemistry, ensuring our prints capture true colours and offer a sharper, vivid image.
Available in A2 and A3 poster sizes.
Prints with Purpose
Profits from every purchase go directly towards supporting the local causes and community organisations closest to our hearts. This is part of our ongoing agency commitment to build a better place to live, learn and work while celebrating Teesside’s character, creativity and spirit of innovation.