I had taken a few test shots and decided that the best strategy was to stitch a series of vertical format images together. I have a good solid Manfrotto tripod with both pistol grip ball and pan and tilt heads, but this journey was by bicycle and I selected instead my aged and lightweight Velbon unit. I normally use it to support a flashgun for product shots, it's not in the same league as the Manfrotto, but neither is it too heavy to carry on a bike!
As always with panoramas, I used manual exposure to help ensure even tones across the image and, on this occasion, shot using a 2 second time delay. From memory I think 5 photos were stitched together to produce the panorama.
I would have liked to have included more of the High Level bridge, to the left, but it is obscured by trees from this viewpoint.
The original is 9642 x 4953 pixels, giving a print 32 inches long at the optimum 300 dpi printing resolution, but, for practical purposes and sensible viewing distance, it would print probably more than double that size.
Actual pixels crop, just a touch of CA but good definition
Sony NEX 6 Samsung Schneider D-Xenogon (Pentax) 35mm f2