Cheviot Tunnel Travel Mug
Talk about steely good looks. In addition to a 360-degree wraparound design, our travel mugs are crafted with lightweight stainless steel—so they're pretty much indestructible. Plus, they're double-walled to keep drinks hot (or cold). And when you're on the the go, these travel coffee mugs fit in almost any size cup holder.
- 20oz capacity
- Lightweight stainless steel construction
- Wraparound artwork
- Double-walled to keep drinks hot or cold
- Vacuum sealed lid to minimize spills
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About this artwork
The Cheviot tunnel is a historic 660 foot long brick lined railway built in 1889. It is located in “The Valley of a Thousand Hills” where images of spectacular rolling lush green terrains.
It was constructed to enable passengers and timber logging to be transported from Yea to Molesworth, a distance of some 20kms.
The tunnel took 2 years to build and 2,000 employees involved in making the bricks on site from a clay deposit found nearby.
Sadly the tunnel was closed in 1937 when road trucks could haul the timber. The tunnel now stands as a historical piece of engineering in its era.
*Rail Tunnel, Steam Engine Era, Architecture, Engineering, Historic, Vintage, Photography, East Gippsland, Australia.