Prints are mounted using Daler Mountboard with a protective backing of greyboard. The 3 colours shown above are fairly neutral to match most decors, but I do have other colours available. Please contact me to discuss your requirements.
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Ullapool has been a fishing port since at least 1698, when Sir George Mackenzie of Tarbat and Sir William Binning set up a prototype salt herring industry. Later, in 1788, the British Fisheries Society opened a larger fishing station, and the village was laid out in its present grid-iron fashion. Today, the fishing is in decline, with a small number of local boats mainly catching prawns, lobsters, and crabs. It is still a busy little harbour, however, being one of the gateways to the Outer Isles and providing safe anchorage for both fishing and leisure craft. Fishing of a different kind dates back to 700AD, however, when the Celtic saint, Maelruba, came to Loch Broom as a “Fisher of Men”.