The wave was constructed from local sea glass by Stuart Langley for the 2015 Lumiere Festival in Durham.
The frame was constructed by MIDS, who’s premises it now stands outside.
Apologies for the low light camera phone picture, but its rare not to find it blocked by parked cars.
The mural has had a tough start to life, being vandalized within 24 hours of being painted and later blown down by high winds.
As far as I can tell this one is called “Toy with chequered pattern”
I believe this shaft clearing grab originated from the construction of the Boulby Potash mine.
N Burdett is welded on the side, I don’t know the significance of the name.
To be found on the road junction between Castleton and Commondale, can’t really be considered graffiti on such an eye-sore of a bus stop.
Another piece by Karl Striker, who’s probably bored of being called ‘South Banksy’