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Barmouth Framed Print (Ltd. Ed)


"Oystercatchers at Abermaw or 'Bermo' for short, this picturesque seaside town is situated in northwestern Wales, lying on the beautiful estuary of the Afon Mawddach and Cardigan Bay. More commonly known by visitors as 'Barmouth', the Bridge, or Barmouth Viaduct is a Grade II listed single-track wooden railway viaduct across the estuary. It is 820 metres long and carries the Cambrian Line. It is the longest timber viaduct in Wales and one of the oldest in regular use in Britain. I was asked to draw this by the owners of Hendre Mynach, a popular touring caravan and camping park in Barmouth who are revamping their reception area". - Beth


Barmouth is available as a framed print in three sizes which you can choose between when adding the design to your basket. You can find out more about the sizes in the Dimensions and Details section on this page.


Barmouth is also available as a canvas print in 3 different sizes and frame options.


Barmouthis also available in a limited edition canvas print, click here.

Product Dimensions

Small Framed Print
Image 170 x 170mm
Including frame 360 x 360mm

Medium Framed Print
Image 380 x 380mm
Including frame 660 x 660mm

Large Framed Print
Image 750 x 750mm
Including frame 980 x 980mm

Product Details

- All prices inclusive of VAT
- All artwork is digitally hand signed by Beth Horrocks
- No assembly required
- Image professionally printed and framed
- Printed onto Museum Heritage 310gsm fine art paper
- High-quality giclée prints
- Small and Medium Frames will be glazed with traditional picture glass
- *Size "Large" Frames will be framed using Plexi Glass; a crystal clear, shatter proof acrylic (looks no different to glass)
- Regular picture glazing is available for Large Frames but for collection only (please notify at the checkout page)*