Wexford's Wartime Coast
A series of 8 coastal markers was commissioned by Wexford County Council in 2019 to interpret the history of Wexford during WW2.
The markers were produced in red cedar with stainless steel base and capping to resist the harsh elements. The graphics were rear-printed onto thoughened glass and fitted with stainless steel fixtures. Two of the markers have sculptural elements to them - one with two soldiers pulling a rope at the site of an american airship base where the slip is still visible, and the other representing a tail-wing at the site of the crash of a Henkel German airplane.