The gateway to Cornwall has been put in place. The 20 metre high Celtic cross was installed by the Tamar Bridge in Cornwall early this morning. It was lifted in to place by three cranes.
The cross was built near Newquay and is around the same height as the Angel of the North. It had to be transported via Exeter because it was too big to go the direct route.
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