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Forest Of Dean Fire And Water Boats
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Fire and Water Boats - David Nash 1986.

These charred boats resemble life-size canoes hewn from a piece of wood by hand. Nestled next to an industrial waterway previously used to drain the mines, one wonders who brought them here, and where are they now ? ©FDST

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