Abington, Virginia: Banjo Man Sculpture

Junk metal sculpture of a cartoon man with a bow tie strumming his banjo.
127 West Main St, Abington, VA
Main St. and Partington Pl. At the entrance of the Barter Stage Two.
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Banjo Man. The Banjo Man

Across from the Barter Theater, there's a steel statue of a man playing a banjo, at the entrance of the Barter Stage Two.

[Charles Lewis, 06/13/2012]

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