Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland - National Trust cards
This blank card from the National Trust features a photograph of Lindisfarne Castle at sunset. Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland, was built in the sixteenth century as a coastal defence but but was later converted by famed architect Sir Edwin Lutyens into a private holiday home for Edward Huston, founder of 'Country Life' magazine.
|Greeting inside:||Blank inside for your own message.|
|Size (height x width)||16.7cm x 17.3cm|
|Large letter stamp required?:||No|
Printed in the UK on board from responsible sources.
Image licenced by The National Trust (Enterprises) Limited.