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3D model of Keppel’s Column, Rotherham (UK).
The column was completed in 1780, and commemorates the honourable acquittal of Admiral Keppel following his court-martial, after failing to engage the French off Brest in 1778.
It stands on a prominent hill to the south of the Wentworth Estate, and at 35 metres high is the tallest of the four Wentworth follies.
The monument is now in a dangerous condition and is kept locked.
In 2021 plans were announced to repair the column and internal spiral staircase, and open the viewing platform to the public for the first time since the 1960s.
The model was created from 263 photographs taken using a DJI Mavic Mini, which were processed using Pix4Dmapper.