Bray Head & Promenade, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
Bray enjoys a mile long beachfront promenade, which runs from the Harbour near the Martello Terrace, once the childhood home of James Joyce and ends at Bray Head.
The Promenades origins date back to Victorian Era. When William Dargan brought the railway to Bray, he also built the promenade in 1859 to make Bray into the popular seaside resort it has become today. His work earned Bray the title ‘The Brighton of Ireland’.
The walkway continues on to Bray Head where there lies the choice of two paths...the climb up to the summit of Bray Head or the Cliff walk to Greystones.
High quality 8 x 6" (20 x 15 cm) photographic print of an original watercolour and pen painting by Emma Doyle. The print is mounted with a 12 x 10" ( 30 x 25 cm ) ivory stock card window mount with backing card and packed in a cellophane bag.