Roy Bridge | Wall art
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Roy Bridge: iconic art print
Often called the Roy Bridge reservoir, this iconic structure forms the spillway for the Laggan Dam in the Scottish Highlands. Built across the River Spean in 1934, the dam marks the boundary of Lochaber and was listed as a Category A building in 2011. A gravity dam, the water level is self-regulating, channeling excess water to a power station at Fort William via underground tunnels.
Be inspired by man-made feats - choose either the rolled or framed picture option and hit the ADD TO CART button to order this historic photo print.
The technical stuff
- Created by Charlie
- Comes in 3 sizes: 12x16", 18x24", 30x40"
- Rolled prints are exact dimensions
- Framed print dimensions include mount/matte widths of 1-2 inches, depending on the scale of the frame; for example: an A4 frame would have a 1.5" mount with an 8.7x5.3" print & an A1 frame would have a 2" mount with a 29.1x19.4" print
- Our production partner is used by many fine art museums in the UK
- Each print is produced using a giclée fine art printing process on a premium museum-quality 200gsm enhanced matte art paper with a smooth, clean finish
- With a 1.4mm conservation grade, FSC certified, 100% acid free mount, our high-quality frames are hand finished using a 23mm (depth from wall) x 20mm (front face) satin finish timber profile; they come with an acrylic plexiglass, for better UV protection and less glare than traditional float glass
- 100+ year colour guarantee
- Framed options are delivered fully strung ready for hanging
- We cannot guarantee that your device's screen accurately reflects the colours of the artwork; printed art may vary slightly from the colour rendering of the product images shown
- While the aspect ratio is indicative, product images do not accurately represent the precise dimensions or scale of the size options offered - please check our size & scale information in this link for general help regarding size selection.