Take a walk through Brunel Wood and you’ll stumble across a clearing where this memorial lies hidden away in memory of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
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- The main totem pole is 58 feet and was carved by Keith Barrett.
- Part of the John Musgrave heritage trail.
- Car, there’s free parking at either Brunel Manor or on Brunel Ave. The Carvings are found in the wood between the two.
- Bus, the No. 22 from the Strand heads through St. Mary Church, will take you on its way to Teignmouth.
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Where To Eat & Drink:
- Brunel Manor
- Orestone Manor
- Moderate trail with some hills and steps.
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