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SX9093 :: Sculpture by Exeter Flood Scheme

Taken 17 days ago by David Smith near Exeter, Devon, England

Sculpture by Exeter Flood Scheme by David Smith
Sculpture by Exeter Flood Scheme

This sculpture is one of a set of three by the path beside the river or flood scheme; the design is to provide a habitat for insects to colonise the area
Exe Flood Relief Channel
Work started in 1965 on the construction of the Flood relief channel, it was completed in the 1970's, at a cost of 8 million. The channel is designed to take excess water out of the River Exe.
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Subject Grid Square SX9093
Subject Lat/Long 50.733293,-3.546208 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Exeter, Devon, England
Photographer David Smith
Taken 20200515 202005 2020 (about 17 days ago)
Submitted 2020-05-21
Snippet Exe Flood Relief Channel ·
Context Rivers, Streams, Drainage · Wild Animals, Plants and Mushrooms ·
Subject art ·
Group Flood Scheme ·

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