Queen guitarist Brian May introduces Bristol exhibition

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Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May has visited the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol to introduce a 3D exhibition of Victorian photographs.

May and photo historian Elena Vidal have revived a series of 59 Victorian stereoscopic photographs by Thomas Richard Williams (1825-1871).

May designed and produced a focusing stereoscope that brings the images into 3D.

He introduced the exhibition and signed copies of the accompanying book, A Village Lost and Found, at the gallery on Thursday.

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