Buttertubs Pass – Yorkshire Dales
The Buttertubs Pass is a high road in the Yorkshire Dales, England. The road winds its way north from Simonstone near Hawes towards Thwaite and Muker past 20 metre deep limestone potholes called the Buttertubs. It is said that the name of the potholes came from the times when farmers would rest there on their way to market. During hot weather they would lower the butter they had produced into the potholes to keep it cool.
On 5th July 2014 amazing scenes at the Buttertubs Pass were relayed round the world, as huge crowds gathered to watch world champion cyclists tackling the first stage of the Grand Departure of the Tour de France.
This item comes in two sizes:
Mounted to an overall size of 20″ x 8″ and comes in a cellophane Bag together with a Certificate of Authenticity or Mounted and framed to an overall size of 21.25″ x 9.25″ together with a Certificate of Authenticity.
The mount will be signed by myself and the cost includes shipping