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A 45ft high sandstone pyramid with an ornamental urn over a Gothic ogee arch straddling a former access road from Wentworth Woodhouse (South Yorkshire, UK) northwards towards Pontefract and York racecourses. It was built in the mid-18th Century, allegedly to win a bet after the 1st Marquis claimed he could drive a coach and horses through the eye of a needle!
The model was created from 520 aerial photographs and 51 handheld photographs.
Thanks to The Fitzwilliam Wentworth Estate for granting permission to fly on their property.