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14 April 2008 by Karen

photo of a tall statue of a man on a horse

‘King Eddie’ just clearing the ceiling in the conservation studio

As you may know the Pier Head is undergoing a bit of a transformation at the moment, and that extends to the statues there. King Edward VII atop his horse has undergone a face lift, spending the last few months in a studio at the National Conservation Centre - he almost didn’t fit in. Work to remove the grime is now finished (this photo was taken pre-conservation) and you are invited to come along and meet ‘King Eddie’ before all 16ft of him is hoisted back on top of a granite plinth at the Pier Head. There’s a special open day this Thursday – 17 April – from 1-4pm when you can chat to conservators and see long-obscured features up close. Just come to the information desk at the main entrance on Whitechapel and you’ll be shown through to the studio.

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