Sheds in Suburbia

The guardian reports on a exhibition at the London Transport Museum

The paradise at the outer edge of the urban railway line, the land of the garden gnome and the privet hedge, where there is certainly honey still for tea and a labelled place in the shed for every rake and trowel, is celebrated in an exhibition at the London Transport Museum.


Museum director Sam Mullins is emphatic that although he once lived in Harpenden, he now lives in the inner city. Though the fact that he has a both a garden shed and a greenhouse, and that his street last year won the Islington in Bloom competition, is highly suspicious.

I wonder if any of your Londoners would want to Share your sheds with us

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By Andrew Wilcox

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