Fiddlehead and Fernblades :: Shared Description

"Fiddlehead and Fernblades" is a sculpture by Adrian Moakes (2008). It stands at the highest point of the colliery field of Oakwell Hall Country park, Birstall. The colliery field is the landscape site of Gomersal Pit which closed in 1973. The sculpture depicts ferns which formed the coal mined there.
It is 6.5m high and is formed from galvanized tubular and sheet steel. It was officially opened on 19th October 2008.
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Created: Thu, 21 Nov 2019, Updated: Mon, 3 Feb 2020

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