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Byline: SIMON HUNTER
AN enterprising youth project in east Belfast has unveiled an enormous mural of a classic scene from the area's past.
The 14- metre high mural is a re-creation of a picture of workers leaving the nearby Harland & Wolff shipyard in the 1930s and lies in the shadow of the world famous cranes.
The teenage members of the Mersey Street Residents' Association undertook the work which sits proudly on the side of the Dee Street bridge and is clearly visible from the Sydenham bypass.
The mural is an …