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Local museums and galleries are a mixed bag: many have a touch of provincial, quirky charm but others can be painfully parochial or mundane. Nevertheless, they are worth visiting, if only once. And I was therefore excited at the prospect of visiting the new exhibition of photographs of London at the Wandsworth Museum, an institution new to me.
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