A live visual feed to a sunken warship off south east Cornwall is going on display to the public in a city centre.
Thousands of divers have visited the artificial reef since 2004
The anchor from the HMS Scylla will have monitors acting as an "underwater eye" to the wreck 23m (75ft) below the surface in Whitsand Bay.
The decommissioned Royal Navy frigate was sunk in a controlled explosion in March 2004 to become Europe's first artificial diving reef.
The anchor will become an attraction at Plymouth's railway station.
Thousands of divers have visited the artificial reef since 2004.
The ship was built in 1968, weighs 2,500 tonnes and is 113m (370ft) long.
She was bought by the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth in 2004 with £200,000 provided by the South West Regional Development Agency.