Installation work is now under way on the new Holocaust Memorial sculpture in Brigg.
As these pictures show, it's still work in progress at the site on the Millennium Green, off Elwes Street.
North Lincolnshire Council planners gave approval for the structure to be erected near the town's Scout HQ.
Corten steel is being used and the memorial was designed by a student from Sir John Nelthorpe School who won a local competition.
A report prepared by North Lincolnshire Council planning staff said: "The sculpture is situated away from the boundaries of the site, and therefore will not have a detrimental impact on the amenities of nearby residents."
Brigg Town Council is among local authorities which remember Holocaust victims with a poignant ceremony held at dusk in late January.
The town's first Holocaust Memorial was erected many years ago within the town centre's Angel building.
|The memorial still fenced off yesterday (January 8, 2019)|
|A picture showing the site of the Holocaust Memorial on January 8, 2019. It is located on the Millennium Green, with Elwes Street to the left|