Buxton Architecture Art Print
These vibrant, contemporary art prints are inspired by vintage railway posters from the age of classic travel. They feature scenes of favourite destinations and landmarks from around the UK, created using bold tones and bright colours. Choose your most memorable holiday spots or places that are particularly special to you, and bring an eye-catching touch of style to the walls of your home or office!
Select either A4 or A3 in size, with either a white or cream border. The prints are reproduced on the highest quality archival quality Fuji Pro DPII Lustre professional photographic paper, with a semi-matt finish.
Please note that prints are supplied unmounted and unframed, ready for you to style to match your decor.
Northumberland National Park
Northumberland National Park is a protected area located in the county of Northumberland, in the northeast of England. It was established as a national park in 1956 and covers an area of over 1,040 square miles.
The park is known for its rugged landscapes and diverse natural habitats, including moorland, heathland, bogs, and forests. It is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including red squirrels, roe deer, and a number of bird species, such as the curlew, golden plover, and osprey. The park is also famous for its dark skies, which make it a popular destination for stargazing and astrophotography.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is a protected area located in Scotland, United Kingdom. It was established in 2002 and covers an area of approximately 720 square miles, making it the first national park in Scotland.
Geographically, the park is situated in the western part of Scotland and encompasses the southern part of the Scottish Highlands, including the Trossachs, an area of hills and glens.
Exmoor National Park
Exmoor National Park is a protected area in South West England, covering 267 square miles (692 square kilometers) of hilly moorland, coastal cliffs, and valleys. It was established in 1954 to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife, and cultural heritage of the region.
Dartmoor National Park
Dartmoor National Park is a protected area in South West England, covering an area of 368 square miles (954 square kilometers). It was established in 1951 to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife, and cultural heritage of the region.
Cairngorms National Park
The Cairngorms are a range of mountains located in the heart of the national park, and they are some of the highest and most dramatic peaks in the UK. The Cairngorms are popular among outdoor enthusiasts, and the park is a hub for outdoor activities such as hiking, mountaineering, and skiing. The park also offers many opportunities for wildlife watching, with a range of habitats supporting a variety of species.
Brecon Beacons National Park
The Brecon Beacons - One of the unique features of the Brecon Beacons is the “beacons” themselves, which are a series of hilltop cairns used to warn of impending invasions by lighting fires on top. The beacons were used by the ancient Celts and later by the Romans, and the tradition has been continued throughout the centuries. Today, the Brecon Beacons are still used for signaling purposes during special events, such as the National Park’s annual beacon-lighting ceremony.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park
The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a stunning area located in the northern part of England, covering an area of over 1,762 square km (1095 square miles). It was established as a National Park on August 16, 1954, and is one of 15 national parks in the UK. The park is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, rolling hills, dramatic valleys, and charming villages, making it a popular destination for visitors from all over the world.
Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia National Park was created to protect the natural beauty of the area, which was threatened by industrialisation and urbanisation during the 20th century.
The Lake District National Park
The Lake District National Park, located in northwest England, is one of the most picturesque and popular tourist destinations in the UK. Spanning over 2,292 square kilometers, the park is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, including rolling hills, clear blue lakes, and verdant forests.
The Peak District National Park
The Peak District National Park is located in central and northern England and covers an area of 555 square miles. Established in 1951, it was the first national park in the UK and remains one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.
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