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The Hoad

Nestled in the scenic landscapes of Cumbria, Ulverston is a charming market town known for its rich heritage and picturesque surroundings. The Hoad Monument, officially known as the Sir John Barrow Monument, stands proudly on Hoad Hill and offers breathtaking views of Morecambe Bay and the Lake District. This art print captures the essence of this iconic landmark, making it a perfect addition to any collection. 

Piel Castle

Piel Castle, a 14th-century fortress, stands majestically on Piel Island, just off the coast of Cumbria near Barrow-in-Furness. Built by the monks of Furness Abbey, this historic stronghold offers a glimpse into medieval life and times. The island itself is a serene retreat, renowned for its natural beauty and tranquil landscapes. With its rugged ruins set against the backdrop of the vast sea, Piel Castle remains a captivating landmark, steeped in history and surrounded by the enchanting allure of the English coastline.


From the tranquil vantage point of Walney Nature Reserve, the Barrow-in-Furness skyline unfolds in a captivating panorama. Here, the town’s historic and modern landmarks, such as the Devonshire Dock Hall, the elegant Town Hall, and the towering shipyard cranes, stand silhouetted against the majestic fells of the Lake District — a breathtaking backdrop — enhancing the natural beauty of the scene. This picturesque view perfectly captures the harmonious blend of Barrow-in-Furness’s industrial heritage, coastal charm, and the rugged splendor of the English countryside.

The Egret

Against the backdrop of Barrow-in-Furness’s elegant Town Hall, a striking egret stands as a testament to the rich wildlife that thrives in the Furness area. This scene beautifully captures the unique harmony between urban and natural environments, showcasing the town’s industrial heritage alongside its vibrant birdlife. The egret, with its graceful form and pristine white plumage, exemplifies the diverse array of seabirds that call this region home. This juxtaposition of nature and architecture highlights the ecological richness and scenic beauty of Barrow-in-Furness, where wildlife and history coexist in perfect balance.