Fullbridge, Maldon, Essex Giclée Travel Poster
Giclée travel poster of Maldon, Essex, depicting the idyllic area at the bottom of Market Hill, where Fullbridge crosses the River Chelmer. Fullbridge, in its current form, dates to the 1960s - however, there have been bridges on the site at least as far back as the medieval era.
Depicted in this illustration are several of Maldon's most iconic historic buildings. Nearside of Fullbridge is a pub which dates back to the 15th century; now known as the Muddy Duck, the pub was known as the Sunny Sailor for many years before. Moving to the far side of the bridge, we see Fullbridge Mill - a 19th century grain mill - and beyond that Green's Flour Mill. Along with these historic sites is the Carr's Flour building, which is still operating to this day.
Maldon itself is a picturesque town at the head of the Blackwater Estuary, almost adjoining the neighbouring Heybridge. Maldon has long been one of Essex's most popular destinations, thanks to its charming aesthetic, beautiful views, and the ever-popular promenade park.
Love Maldon? We've also illustrated the Moot Hall, and a view of the Hythe.
This Maldon illustration by Essex artist Tom Wisdom is a high quality Giclée travel poster on cotton-rich fine art paper. For our classic art print of Fullbridge, click here.
12x16" print shown. Cropping and title position (if applicable) may differ slightly on 'A' size prints.