See the Pioneer original train tracks in the sea during low tide

Each month when the low tide happens with a full moon the original cement blocks beneath the sea, in the rock pools are revealed, the metal tracks where bolted onto these. Pioneer rain on wheels attached to these rails. Most metal was removed for scrap / recycling prior to WW1. This view is to the east side of Brighton Marina, the route we will walk alongside on the Undercliff path from 3-6pm.

Published by Luciana

Artist & consciousness researcher, using augmented reality and brainwave monitors. Visiting lecturer for MA Digital Media Arts in Brighton University.

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