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|TitleOfWork:||Mileposts / Bollards|
|DescriptionOfPhoto:||Views of two of the mileposts|
|Dimensions:||110cm high x 18cm in diameter|
|Location:||On the North side of Doncaster Road between Gray's Court and Denaby Lane|
|Street:||Doncaster Road (A6203)|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Description: Three mileposts with forms in relief in their surfaces relating to different themes: these include cast artefacts brought it by the local history group.
one with the theme of Conisbrough Castle / based on castle form & glass production.
one with pithead shaft / mining artefacts:
one with working with local schools based on the theme of the sun / solar power and regeneration.
Commission: The Earth Centre / Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. The budget for this project was: £ 10,500 from Doncaster MBC. Design began in January 1997 and the work was installed by September 1998. 
Cast from wood, resin patterns made by artist; cast by H. Downes & Sons of Huddersfield. The artist's brief was to produce site specific path markers with local community groups and local consultation workshops. There was no formal opening. 
Comment: The Conisbrough Castle milepost is in danger of disappearing into the undergrowth behind it.
References:  Copp, James. (1999) "Environmental Arts Programme - List of Projects 1990-1999". Doncaster MBC - Internal Document.
 Interview with David Mayne: 25/2/2003