The iconic Celtic Cross which will dominate the skyline on the Cornish side of the Tamar Bridge has been placed in position. The intricate operation was carried out on Saturday night after the giant structure was transported by road from Newquay.
ITV West Country spoke to the project engineer Duncan Healey about the problems they faced.
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