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A series of artwork along the 'Dudley Southern By-pass', forms one of the most spectacular sculpture trails in the country.

The trail symbolises a passage through time. Starting off with the echoes of 'Ancient and Geological History' on the grass verge at Wolverton Road, moving through 'Mediaeval History' on the huge Castle Gate Island. Continuing with 'Civic History' at the small town centre roundabout, 'Industrial History' at the Cinder Bank Island, with 'the Future' at Scotts Green Island.

Artists were shortlisted from all over the country. Steve Field, resident artist and public art adviser to Dudley Council, co-ordinated the trail. Successful candidates included local artists and others whom have Black Country connections.


Use the map above to follow the Dudley Millennium Sculpture Trail.

Read more about how the sculptures came about, what the mean and the artists who created them.

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Dudley's Millennium Sculpture Trail full picture gallery

Cannon - Andrew Burton
Cannon - Andrew Burton
Millennium Pegasus
Mediaeval Plough - Andrew Burton
Millennium Pegasus - Andrew Logan

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