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Liverpool Albert Dock Sculptures
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Tate Liverpool Albert Dock outdoor art installations:-

Statue of Billy Fury (1940 - 1983) by Tom Murphy commemorates one of Liverpool's earliest pop stars, he was famous before the Beatles era.

Tony Cragg's "Raleigh" thought to relate to Sir Walter Raleigh, the sixteenth century navigator.

The Emigrants, bronze sculpture by Mark De Graffenried, 2001. commemorating the families who left from Liverpool to the new world.

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