A bronze sculpture celebrating the people who lived and worked in Cardiff Bay.
The Cardiff dockland district in Wales, known today as Cardiff Bay was transformed by the Industrial Revolution. Tiger Bay (as it was formally known) became a global coal producer and a bustling cosmopolitan, with migrants travelling from the Caribbean, Africa, Europe and the Middle East to settle and work in the surrounding dockland area. The Cardiff of today has a richly diverse population because of this cultural influx.
Places of interest: Cardiff Bay Walk (http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/wales/archive/bbc-south-east-wales-coast-card...), Firing Line - Cardiff Castle Museum (http://www.cardiffcastlemuseum.org.uk) and The Cardiff Story.