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Arch for art's sake
8:00am Saturday 17th August 2013 in News
A LARGE textile railway arch is the centrepiece of an Open Art exhibition at Romsey's King John’s House Museum.
The colourful 2.4metre (7ft 10in) structure was made as part of a summer-long series of events at the museum to mark the demise of the Sprat and Winkle railway line, which ran through Test Valley and was axed in September, 1964.
King John’s manager, Anne James, has been busy getting the arch in place for today's (Saturday, August 17)opening of the art show, which runs until the end of August and features 124 works.
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