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This sculpture (only part of which is illustrated here), is by Neath Road near the centre of Briton Ferry. Constructed from galvanised steel, it is supported by four 'oars', and includes motifs of shipping and ships' cargoes, referring to Briton Ferry's history as a sea port. The sculpture was the work of Jon Mills, and was unveiled in 2002.

The Crossing sculpture, Briton Ferry
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