The BBC news website reports….

Turner Prize exhibition opens with giant buttocks, train rides and scrap metal

…..Visitors can ride on Josephine Pryde’s Lapses in Thinking, a train that goes around the gallery…..


Photo: Tate

When I read the headline, I thought it was either a review of TINGS or preview of Warley.  That man with the giant rucksack, month old BO and giant buttocks gets everywhere.

(For those not in the loop, browse N Gauge Forum or RMweb for more information on this far-from-mythical character, who is not only a danger to both exhibitors and punters, but can also put you off your lunch.)

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Secretary of the East Surrey N Gauge railway club
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1 Response to Really?

  1. Surely that means that all railway modellers are potential turner prize winners. I call mine “the dark side of the moon”. Lol.


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