A new public artwork celebrating the railway heritage of Romsey ward has been unveiled on Cavendish Road. Cambridge City Council commissioned local artists Harry Gray and Will Hill, to design and produce the artwork – a giant ‘R’-shaped sculpture comprising a steel framework representing railway tracks, and solid bronze ‘sleepers’. We met with Harry & Will and heard children from the Historyworks project.
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