Padraic Flanagan: Daily Mail
A harbour sculpture that pays a vivid tribute to a coastal rescue service from a bygone age has been saved – thanks to civic pride.
The Lifeboat Horse by sculptor Rachael Long was installed in the harbour of Wells-next-the-Sea in Norfolk last year as part of an art exhibition celebrating the town’s history.
The 10ft-tall structure made from steel bars and old whisky barrels was created to remember the real-life horses which, until 1936, would pull the town’s 33ft lifeboat two miles from its quay to Holkham Gap. …Read More
Pictured: The ‘Lifeboat Horse’ sculpture by Rachael Long stands on the mud flats during low tide at Wells-next-the-Sea in Norfolk