Duke of Lancaster ship sprayed with urban artworks

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A former passenger ferry which has been beached in Flintshire for more than 30 years has become a canvas for renowned graffiti artists.

The Duke Of Lancaster was home to a market and leisure complex until the 1980s but now it is being transformed by street artists from across Europe.

Matthew Richards reports.

Urban artists paint beached ferry

In Pictures: Duke of Lancaster

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