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ArtistMaker: Xceptional Designs (Alex Hallowes and Pete Rogers)
TitleOfWork: Map Planter
DescriptionOfPhoto: View of tree
DateOfCreation: 2001
Dimensions: 240cm high x 120cm wide x 100cm deep
Medium: painted metal, leather and railway levers
Location: Public area behind Platform 2, Barnsley Railway Station. (SE435407)
AtoZReference: p.13 5H)
Postcode: S70
Street: Eldon Street
TownOrVillage: Barnsley
AreaInTown: Town Centre
MetropolitanBorough: Barnsley
Photographer: Dave Ball
ImageCopyright: Sheffield Hallam University
AccessionNumber: b080a
Description: A brightly coloured tree in a large red plant pot. A monkey, a snake and a bird are in the upper branches. Three flowers ate the foot of the treehide levers which, when operated, cause the snake to appear, the bird to flap its wings, and the monkey to swing around its branch. The branches of the tree are decorated with railway tracks.

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