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The Coldstones Cut, Pateley Bridge

Wow, today we went to the Coldstones Cut near Pateley Bridge in North Yorkshire. It was the first day that it was open to the public after taking 4 years to create and £500,000. It is a giant sculpture that has been created by the artist Andrew Sabin, that overlooks the Coldstones Quarry. We thought it would be worth a visit, and here are a few pictures. To give you an idea of the scale below is an aerial photo and you can see some more pictures of the creating of the Coldstones Cut at this website and you’ll also find visiting information.

Coldstones cut aerial

Here are some of the pictures that I took today.

coldstones cut

coldstones quarry

coldstones nidderdale

coldstones viewing

coldstones street

coldstones sprials

3 Comments

  • Wards

    geez i live round here and have never heard of it!

  • Anne Chamberlain

    I heard about this site via my brother in law Richard. it is very interesting and will look into it futher when I have the time. I am a Classics student and have an exam at the end of the month so have lots of rwevision to do !!!.

    Good luck with your investigations and so on…………..

    best wishes xx

  • Penny Valentine

    Good Morning.

    I am writing on behalf of Angus Houston, the new Director of the Harrogate International Centre.

    Angus made a visit last week together with other members of the Chief Executive’s Management Team and was very impressed with the new visitor attraction.

    Could you please forward some of your brochues for us to display around the Conference Centre to publicise the Coldstones cut.

    Thanks

    Penny Valentine
    PA to Director
    The Harrogate International Centre
    Kings Road
    Harrogate
    HG1 5LA

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