• dav
  • crossing the viaduct
  • steam dreams
  • family of phoneboxes
  • dav
  • The Old Docks
  • across the Tay
  • Celebrating Buckingham Palace
  • bank holiday
  • summer in Windsor 2
  • Jubilee Barge
  • royal william yard
  • mayflower steps 2
  • saltash bridge
  • olympic celebrations
  • keep calm and celebrate
  • horseguards parade
  • white cliffs of Dover
  • sunset over the Tay
  • Oxford st jubillee
  • Forth rail bridge
  • Dundee Observatory
  • Across the Tay
  • Edinbourgh castle 24x24Acrylic on board
  • battle of britain heroes
  • dunkirk-little-ships
  • westminster-wedding
  • wedding-mall
  • double-deckers-whitehall
  • stones
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  • royal ascot
  • castle and chimneys
  • Canterbury Cathedral 004
  • stonehenge 002
  • dreaming spires 002
  • cliveden

Celebrating Britain!

Forth Rail bridge

Forth rail bridge

There used to bean expression – “it’s like painting the Forth bridge” meaning it is never finished. Not anymore, this is Britain’s most stunning bridge  just after it had been finished with the  new 25 year lifetime coat of red metallic paint.

See it in any weather, or lit up at night, or crossing it on the overnight sleeper and you’ll appreciate why it is the most glorious of the World’s bridges.

A good place to view it is from South Queensferry over a spot of lunch – as I did recently when Alex Salmond the first minister dropped in  with the same idea!

I love the fact it’s too big to fit into my painting! In fact it’s partly obscured by the catkins and trees of Queensferry and it’s mighty steel cantilevers are shrouded in smoke from the impressive steam trains that regularly run excursions

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