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St Werburghs Tunnel north Bristol
England

The 200 foot long St Werburgh's tunnel is a legal graffiti/street art site in Bristol that gets frequent makeovers by some of the best local graffiti artist in the Bristol area. The tunnel; being regarded as such a trendy place now gets the attention of many fans of graffiti and community murals.

Copyright: Andrew cole
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Uploaded: 06/09/2011
Updated: 11/09/2011
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Tags: bristol; graffiti; mina road; street art; st werburgh's tunnel
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