This gigantic sculpture raised from the Ground is called the ‘Sultan the Pit Pony’. Created by Mick Petts, this 650 foot long sculpture was raised to recall the ponies who were used in carrying coal between 18th and 20th centuries.
The sculpture contains around 60,000 tons of Coal commemorating the final release of these hard working ponies into the mountain-side. It earned its name after the famous pony of Penallta Pits, ‘Sultan’.More info & Photo Credits : Godly Creature.
Located in Caerphilly of South Wales, this beautiful piece of art fits perfectly with the nature.
This was created for the Parc Penallta with the Groundwork Caerphilly.
All the shades, depths, elements and contrasts are achieved by Natural elements of Earth, Coal, Shale and Stone.
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