1905 Map of the Columbia River Gorge
A gorgeous aerial view along much of the length of the mighty Columbia River, from its mouth to Arlington, Oregon. The city of Portland is shown in much detail, and the route of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company is highlighted in red. Produced to promote the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, held in Portland in 1905.
Available in three sizes:
LARGE: 22″ wide by 53.5″ deep (plus a 1″ white border on all sides);
MEDIUM: 17.4″ wide by 42.4″ deep (plus a 0.8″ white border on all sides);
SMALL: 9.5″ wide by 23″ high (plus a 0.5″ white border on all sides). This smaller size looks great, but may have some legibility issues with smaller text on the map.
View a large preview of the map here.
Each poster is printed on-demand using fully archival, UltraChrome inks on Moab Lasal Matte, a beautiful, brilliant white, 230gsm (11 mil) alpha cellulose paper which is acid- and lignin-free. Each print is carefully inspected, wrapped in pH-neutral paper, then rolled and placed in a sturdy double-wall tube with metal endcaps for shipping.