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SX9093 :: Sculpture by Exeter Flood Scheme

Taken 8 months 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 50.733283,-3.546181 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Exeter, Devon, England
Photographer David Smith
Taken 20200515 202005 2020 (about 8 months 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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