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Wednesday, 20 August 2008


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The creative job was advertised and Anthony LYSYCIA was awarded the huge task by the WB!

Dot and Derek Canvin

Hi Andrew
Thanks for your background on these sculptures that we photographed this week at Trevor. It is great to know a little of the history as there are no explanations anywhere at Pontcysyllte Acqueduct. A shame considering the large number of tourists we have seen in the area.

Paul Balmer

You can see an alternative post with pictures of the Trevor Basin sculptures on Gypsy Rover at


Hi there, thanks for visiting my blog and for your comments. I expect the 'u' less version is correct, I guess I must have thought the spelling was the same as Cauldon Low :) I found your interview with Anthony Lycysia very interesting. Great photos too!


Dear Andrew,

I don't know if I ever mentioned that I have a Masters Degree in Ceramics. With that in mind I love your picture of the sculpture.


Max Sinclair

The scheme cost £5 million which BW desperately needs to keep the canals open.

david roberts

A pity though that they had to get someone from Essex instead of a local artist.

And four months? So how much did they cost?

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