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Wings Over Water - Coventry
England

Former mineral railway bridge on the Coventry canal near Hawkesbury Junction. Adorned with the work of metalwork sculptor, Walenty Pytel, the

piece, comprising of a swan, kingfisher, herons and fish, was made
in 2000, and is known as 'Wings Over Water'. It forms part of an art trail from the Coventry canal basin.

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Copyright: Ralph Ames
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Uploaded: 03/05/2009
Updated: 26/09/2014
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Tags: coventry canal; walenty pytel; wings over water; hawkesbury junction; sutton stop; canal basin; narrowboat; narrow boats
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