Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada: Head and Shoulders of Giant Viking

Built by the students of North Burnaby High School. Eleven feet tall, which means that the entire Viking would be 50 feet tall at least. Nicknamed "Satan" to terrify goofier rival mascots.

Burnaby North Secondary School

Hammerskjold Dr., Burnaby, BC, Canada
In front of Burnaby North Secondary School. On the west side of Kensington Ave. between E. Hastings and Curtis Sts.
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Viking head.

Head and Shoulders of Giant Viking

Viking head as seen from school entrance.

[Stephen Smith, 04/13/2018]

The high school team mascot Viking was built by Burnaby North welding students and staff.

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