An Industrial Revolution cast iron plaque from Bristol Temple Meads Station serves as inspiration for this antique font. The plaque commemorates the design contribution of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who in March 1833 at 27 was appointed chief engineer of the Great Western Railway, the line that links London to Bristol. This helped established Brunel as one of the world’s leading engineers. Impressive achievements along the route include viaducts at Hanwell and Chippenham, Maidenhead Bridge, Box Tunnel and Bristol Temple Meads Station.
Use Ironbridge to evoke an industrial British heritage, gothic spookiness or eroded heavy metal.