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Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth recreated in dead-end SE1 street

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A full-scale replica of Trafalgar Square's empty fourth plinth has been installed at the end of County Street in SE1.

Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth recreated in dead-end SE1 street

The piece – entitled 'Phantom' – has been installed at the eastern end of County Street, sandwiched between the BP service station on New Kent Road and the Globe Academy.

The scale replica of the famous fourth plinth was built by the by the Cul De Sac gallery to coincide with last month's announcement of the next winners of the prestigious Trafalgar Square contemporary art commission.

The gallery says that "this Victorian replica displaces the emptiness of political rhetoric into the real of urbanism".

'Phantom' is on display 24 hours a day until the end of April.

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