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Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail
Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail
Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail
Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail
Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail
Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail
Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail
Skeletal Fish (Lowestoft Scores Trail) and Heritage Trail

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Fifteen silver-metal fish are mounted in a line half-way up an undulating brick wall (known as 'crinkle crankle'). The Heritage Trail is on Whapload Road opposite the Maritime Museum; there are information posts about the beach companies, posts for drying fishermen's nets and an east and west cardinal buoy. 

Date

2002

Medium

steel

Measurements

H 30 x W 77 x D 12 cm

Accession number

NR32_RHT_S194

Acquisition method

commissioned by Waveney District Council, with support from Suffolk County Council, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), East of England Development Agency (EEDA), the Heritage Lottery Fund and Commissions East

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

Waveney District Council

Custodian

Waveney District Council

Work status

extant

Access

at all times

Inscription description

Maritime Art Trail / Artist: Paul Amey / The skeletal fish sculptures are an allusion / to Lowestofts Maritime past and suggest / ghostly images of fishing catches / Their shape also symbolises the decaying / structure of ancient ships


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Located at

Maltsters Score and Whapload Road, Lowestoft

NR32 1UJ

Set on Maltster's Score and Whapload Road, leading into Spurgeon's Score.