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Diary

Engineers attending Network Rail's Environment Awards last week at the Tate Britain were lucky enough to be some of the first to see a new a modern art exhibition 'Days Like These.' Initially they seemed to appreciate the opportunity to muse over the works of some of the UK's freshest new talent, particularly as one of the paintings - Paul Noble's Pencil on Paper - featured a rather striking bridge. Some of those who peered closely at the painting were seen to step back and rush off ...

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