Newcastle sculpture which doubles as a Metro ventilation shaft among artworks to be listed

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    Chronicle, 8th Sept 2016. article by Tony Henderson. "....A sculpture which doubles as a Metro system ventilation shaft and another serving as a tribute to mining disaster victims are among five North East public artworks which have been listed on the advice of Historic England. The Tardis-style Metro artwork near the Monument station is Blackett Street, Newcastle, was installed as a tribute to Sir Charles Parsons, who developed the steam turbine on Tyneside...."
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    Chronicle Live
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