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56 IN THE annals of 'unusual uses for old railway buildings', there can be none stranger than the filling of a former Gateshead Works erecting shop with 40,000 miniature terracotta figures of Antony Gormley's 'Field For the British Isles', a collection of hundreds of small pottery figures, part of the Arts

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