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Victorian Baker's Shop (sculpture)


 'Victorian Baker's Shop' is a relief sculpture by Neil Talbot, located at the junction of Carlisle Street and Sunderland Road in Felling. It was made in 1986 and consists of 250 ceramic tiles, which were carved, fired in blocks and then assembled to form the shop front.

Felling Sculpture and Carvings 1986
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Bakery, Carlisle Street

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'Victorian Baker's Shop', Carlisle Street, Felling

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Junction of Carlisle Street and Sunderland Road, Felling

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Victorian Baker's Shop
- " An old bricked-up window provided the site for Neil Talbot's relief sculpture of a Victorian Baker's Shop, at the junction of Carlisle Street and Sunderland Road. The theme ...

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