Museum of Steel Sculpture

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 The Ironbridge Open Air Museum of Steel Sculpture, first opened in Coalbrookdale in 1991, was created by Pam Brown and Roy Kitchin. Originally displaying 43 sculptures over 10 acres, this Museum featured incredible artworks created by steel. The Museum closed in 2013, and the British Ironwork Centre wanted to give these sculptures a new lease of life. We took on the sculptures, dismantling and rebuilding each one in our Oswestry location.