Birmingham Duquesne Incline Station Red, 30mL
Birmingham Duquesne Incline Station Red, 30mL
Birmingham Pen Company

Duquesne Incline Station Red, 30mL Fountain Pen Ink

BP2512

Regular price $ 5.99

A steep incline railway built in 1877, the Duquesne Incline was originally steam powered and designed to haul cargo over Mt. Washington. Restored for public use by local “Coal Hill” residents in 1967, the incline is still in operation today.

Individually prepared by hand in 30ml glass bottles, Birmingham Writing Ink delivers an exquisite writing experience while each bottle shares a unique part of our Pittsburgh history. 

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JH
07/11/2019
John Hesse

In this direction lies SEPIA!

Maybe a touch too much red for a true sepia but this will do in a pinch (and most folks won't know the difference). A good comparison is to Birmingham's "Erroll Garner Rose Overture" which is less brown and more faded pink. Good shading with this ink, flows well with no feathering or bleed throughs and is not overly wet. Lamy pen, fine nib.