Photographs from Yorkshire and elsewhere in the wonderful country that is England
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
This sculpture is located in Russell Street, Central Gardens. It is Middlesbrough’s largest and most controversial public sculpture. You maybe can't tell by looking at it but it pays tribute to the town’s most famous citizen, Captain James Cook, the area’s proud iron and steel foundry skills and the cultural changes that are now occurring within the Teesside area.