One of six bridges linking the two downtowns, the Junction Bridge was originally constructed as a railroad bridge in 1884. After being rebuilt in 1970, it was converted to a pedestrian bridge in 2008. Its southern end rests upon the geological feature that gave the city of Little Rock its name.
The art was created with a modern twist on the WPA posters of the 1930s and 1940s. The artwork featured on this poster was created from one of the artist's photos of the scene.
• Original artwork by John Thomas Designs
• Print available in various sizes (frame not included)
• Ideal for any office or living space, bedroom, kitchen, or nursery
• Prints are ready for framing and fit standard frame sizes
• Thick, durable matte acid-free paper
• Professional Giclée printing quality
Your professionally printed art will be carefully packaged in tissue paper and shipped in a heavy-duty mailing tube to ensure it arrives in pristine condition.