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Saltash Passage looking towards the slipway and Tamar Yacht Club

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Saltash Passage looking towards the slipway and Tamar Yacht Club

The painting is deep edge mounted but un-framed.

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Saltash Passage looking towards the slipway and Tamar Yacht Club

Saltash Passage is actually on the other side of the river Tamar opposite Saltash beside the Brunel Railway bridge (Royal Albert Bridge) which was designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1859.

Saltash Passage is a lovely little community with lovely views across and down the river Tamer to the confluence of the River Lynher and Tamar. Anthony House gardens in the distance.

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Size

6 x 7 inches sketched in watercolours and soft pastels on watercolour paper.
Deep edge mounted ready for framing.
The dimensions of the mount are 10 x 11 inches