New Bridge Ayr Scotland

£65.00

Image size: 415.00 x 280.00 mm

Sunlight sparkling on the water and highlighting the architecture contrasts with the strong areas of shadow in this scene of New Bridge, Ayr on the west coast of Scotland.

The original stone bridge dates back to 1470.

Available in larger sizes please contact or telephone +44 (0) 1661 820626 

Product Extras

Description

New Bridge, Ayr Scottish watercolour Prints – Scottish Prints Ayr -Alan Reed

Scottish Prints

Choose your favourite prints of Scotland. Made to any size and shipped worldwide. Canvas Prints of Ayeshire Scotland. Framed Art Prints available from alanreed.com

Visit Ayr

Ayr enjoys a delightful setting on the Clyde Coast. Ayr is the largest town and also the most northerly town in our area.

Best known as the birthplace of Robert Burns – our National Bard, Ayr has many other attractions to offer and makes a great base for a tour of the northern parts of South West Scotland.

West Coast of Scotland

For centuries, the harbour at Ayr was the most important on the West Coast of Scotland until taken over by Glasgow. The first bridge to cross the river was built around 800 years ago. The New Bridge was built in 1878. The town itself is steeped in history. Its long stretch of sandy beaches made it became a fashionable holiday resort in the early 1800’s. Initially folk used the steamer services. But when the railway opened in 1840 linking Ayr to Prestwick and Glasgow the boom began.

Today, the West Coast of Scotland is a popular tourist destination attracting thousands each year. With the stunning countywide surrounding the town of Ayr, one has to put it on one’s radar when visiting Robert Burns country.

Unfortunately, I’ve only visited the West Coast of Scotland a few times. However, every time I’ve been, it’s been an inspiration with the dramatic landscape, raw beauty and incredible colours. Obviously when it’s not raining!

Visit Alan Reed’s Blog about The West Coast of Scotland

Sunlight sparkling on the water and highlighting the architecture contrasts with the strong areas of shadow in this scene of New Bridge, Ayr on the west coast of Scotland.

The original stone bridge dates back to 1470.

Available in larger sizes please contact or telephone +44 (0) 1661 820626

Additional information

Weight 1.00 kg
Dimensions 1.00 × 280.00 × 415.00 cm

Related Products