Two Rivers: Brick Carving
Two Rivers: Brick Carving
Two Rivers: Brick Carving
Two Rivers: Brick Carving

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This brick carving is descriptive of the confluence of two rivers, the Wraysbury and the River Colne. It depicts a man and woman in boats shaking hands, to symbolise the meeting.

Two Rivers: Brick Carving






H 184 x W 242 x D 3 cm

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created for the development of the Two Rivers Shopping Centre

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Located at

Norris Road, Staines

TW18 4UP

Located in the pedestrian area off the old High Street.