RRS Discovery 4
Limited Edition photos of Dundee:
Aspect Ratio 1:1
Small Limited Edition of 250
Medium Limited Edition of 150
Large Limited Edition of 50
Your print is hand signed including Limited Edition Number.
On 16 March 1900, construction on the Discovery began in Dundee, Scotland, by the Dundee Shipbuilders Company. She was launched into the Firth of Tay on 21 March 1901 by Lady Markham, the wife of Sir Clements Markham who was President of the Royal Geographical Society.
Discovery had coal-fired auxiliary steam engines, but had to rely primarily on sail because the coal bunkers did not have sufficient capacity to take the ship on long voyages.
The Tay Road Bridge is a bridge across the Firth of Tay from Newport-on-Tay in Fife to Dundee in Scotland. At around 2,250 metres (1.4 mi), it is one of the longest road bridges in Europe, and slopes gradually downward towards Dundee. It carries the A92 road across the Firth and takes traffic directly into the centre of Dundee, just downstream of the Tay Rail Bridge.
Photo taken from RRS Discovery of Tay Road Bridge.
Please Note: The print does not include a frame.
Description: Dundee River Tay, Firth of Tay, Discovery Point, RRS Discovery ship, Tay Road Bridge
Aspect Ratio 1:1
- Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 250
- Picture: 200 x 200mm (7.7" x 7.7")
- Paper size: 300 x 300mm (12" x 12")
- 50mm (2") white border around image for mounting
- Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 150
- Picture: 280 x 280mm (10.8" x 10.8")
- Paper size: 400 x 400mm (16" x 16")
- 60mm (2.4") white border around image for mounting
- Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 50
- Picture: 480 x 480mm (18.9" x 18.9")
- Paper size: 700 x 700mm (28" x 28")
- 110mm (4.3") white border around image for mounting