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'Athina B'
'Athina B'
'Athina B'
'Athina B'
'Athina B'
'Athina B'
'Athina B'
'Athina B'
'Athina B'

Photo credit: Lawrence Suss / Art UK

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An anchor mounted on a low stone plinth. The anchor is from the ‘Athina B’, a Greek cargo ship that ran aground in September 1980. The wreck became a tourist attraction, and once removed the anchor was left to commemorate the event. The ship was originally built in Hiroshima in 1968.

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Located at

Marine Drive Promenade, Brighton


Set on the promenade about 500m east of Brighton Pier.