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Entrance Feature

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The west entrance of Gateshead Riverside Park is an archway by Keith Barrett (2010). The sculpture is made of corten steel, framed by a blue wave of powder coated steel.[1] The archway is off Autumn Drive near the junction with Rose Street in Gateshead, near Dunston Staiths.

Gateshead Riverside Park Sculpture and Carvings
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(West) Entrance Feature, Gateshead Riverside Park

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Entrance archway, Gateshead Riverside Park

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