Norton Canes Statue.
Today’s photo is of a statue/artwork at the Norton Canes Service Station on the M6 Toll.
A bizarre piece of work, with no clue at to what it is supposed to represent, or why it is there. This Norton Canes Statue is mounted fairly high up on a hill to the side of the service station. It makes a reasonable subject for a photograph.
Opened in 2004, the service station itself was unusual in that it originally had a separate car park for local traffic. However, lack of use saw this facility removed by 2010. It is owned by Roadchef, but operated under lease by Midland Expressway Ltd under a 25 year lease, due to expire in 2029.
Norton Canes Service Station.
- Taken: 27 Jan 2017
- Camera: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935F
- Lens: Integrated
- Focal Length 4mm
- 1/3800 Sec
- ISO 100