Way back in September 2012 I shared photos of some new art work at the Holyrood council estate here in Southampton.
Previously blank walls by the communal entrance on a number of blocks of flats had been transformed with tiled snap shots of the City's history.
Whilst in town a month or so ago I spotted some new additions and so I made sure I had my camera with me when I made a flying visit there on Saturday.
Three of them are dedicated to the sea.
In August 1620 the Mayflower and the Speedwell set sail from Southampton for America. The Speedwell sprang a leak and they had to stop for repairs. When she was deemed unseaworthy the Mayflower continued the journey alone.
Depicted on the left is Southampton's Mayflower Memorial.
My favourite by far though is the Queen Mary. My lovely dad worked on this liner and served some of her rich and famous passengers.
This final one depicting different forms of transport is very zingy in it's yellow and orange tones with the brilliant splash of red from the tram and bus.
I think the whole collection is wonderful, such an innovative way to show the heritage of our City in a vibrant and engaging way.