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Eruption at East Street

London has been my home for two years but until yesterday I’d not been properly exposed to the boiling tensions that exist between those reside here and those who are ostensibly employed with protecting them. 1,131 more words


A Small Town Square No More

The wrecking ball is taking this handsome old red brick building down, beginning today. The photos were taken just last night — its last as a complete structure. 98 more words


Flaming June

Nearly half way through the year already. Where does it go?

London is welcoming eager visitors, and I and my colleagues are busy busy busy. 336 more words


Hidden London: place hacking and the city's vanishing points

A talk about urban exploration makes me want to look for the secret entry points into the city.

How many times have I looked out of the train window on the way into London and wondered about the backyards and the bedrooms, the garages under the arches, the tower blocks in the distance, the tracks that curve away? 681 more words

Bradley Garrett

14 March 2015 – Three pairs of Egyptian geese on Burgess Park lake.

15 March 2015 – In Peckham, smartly dressed man stands at the bus stop, a Dolce & Gabbana carrier bag in his hand. 13 more words

07 March 2015 – on the Aylesbury estate, Walworth, a banner hangs from a first floor balcony: PUBLIC HOMES NOT PRIVATE PROFIT.

04 March 2015 – at lunchtime, a customer to the NatWest bank on Walworth Road shakes the door handle not noticing its boarded-up windows or realising that the branch has recently closed down.