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Rathlin O’Birne

Rathlin O’Birne

The lighthouse is located on the uninhabited Rathlin O'Birne Island which lies two kilometers to the west of the Malin Beg coastline at the southwestern tip of Donegal, making it County Donegal's westernmost point.

In 1974 it became Ireland’s first and only nuclear powered lighthouse. However, by 1987, the power output of the nuclear generator had dwindled to an insufficient level and the lighthouse was converted to wind power, which was in use until 1991, at which point it was converted to solar power.

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Available in 3 sizes mounted only or framed measuring:

- 151mmx 203mm (8″ x 6″) | image size 10cm x 15cm
- 304mm x 406mm (12″ x 16″) | image size 21cm x 30cm
- 406mm x 508mm (16″ x 20″) | image size 29cm x 41cm
The art print comes mounted in a heavy board with backing.

The mounted print comes wrapped in a cellophane bag for extra protection and include their own story and some fun facts on an insert.

All mounted prints are also available in a white solid wood frame. The frame measures 20mm deep and has a 20mm wide border.

All frames are made locally here in Ireland and constructed out of hardwood and painted white.


Printed with archival pigment ink on 290gr art paper with a slightly textured silk finish.

Pigment inks are designed to be stable over long periods of time, allowing prints to be displayed (under proper conditions) for many decades.

All mounts and backing boards are lignin-free, alkaline-sized, pH neutral and are calcium carbonate buffered to enhance their useful lifespan by minimising the effect of atmospheric pollutants.

Care instructions

Avoid hanging in direct sunlight as this may cause the colours to fade and affect the paper.

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