Llangattock wharf was where canal barges collected lime from the adjacent kilns and carried it further down the canal. Today the area is used for leisure moorings on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
This is an original collage of the view from the top of the surviving lime kiln looking towards the bridges 115 and 114. The collage is made from specially prepared papers using paint and printing inks. The backing paper is Somerset acid free fixed to mountboard. The image size is approximately 190mm x 160mm. The collage is supplied in a mount and protected by a polycarbonate sleeve.
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