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Forest Of Dean Iron Road
England

Iron Road - Keir Smith 1986.

Twenty carved jarrah wood railway sleepers remind us of the train line that used to run through the forest carrying coal and iron. Each sleeper illustrates an aspect of the forest, from smelting to writing, charcoal to hunting.©FDST

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