MILFORD Haven museum is getting ready to re-open for the spring.
As part of preparations for the opening on April 10, one of the museum's most iconic - and heaviest - pieces has been moved to a new location.
A brass sculpture of a man at work, designed by artist Dora Gordine, has been repositioned thanks to Adrian Owens and the team from Port Engineering.
The sculpture, which weighs around half a tonne, was commissioned by Esso in 1960, and was unveiled by Prince Phillip at the Esso refinery opened.
It was moved to the museum in 1993, after Esso closed.
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