This view of Barnstaple is slightly idealised as the Quay has changed somewhat over the years. This depicts it in a leafier, greener age before town planners decided to sanitise and formalise it. The main building of Bridge Chambers, the Museum of Barnstaple and Trinity Church tower remain relatively unscathed even today.
The bridge was restored (in the late 1950s I believe) and my wife’s late uncle, Frank Hobbs, was the main stonemason.
Produced as a museum-quality poster made on long-lasting semi-glossy (silk) paper – paper-weight: 170 gsm/65 lb
This poster is available to purchase in three sizes. All prints are made to order and produced on a silk matt 170gsm paper. A visual guide to these is shown below: