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Friday 9th Oct 2015,  a walk by the Gang of four from Elephant & Castle to Waterloo.  I carelessly left my aperture wide open which produced unwanted results!  The Strata Tower dominated the skyline throughout.

Map of  the walk in dotted red

The Shopping Centre Sign

Lunchtime at Elephant and Castle Roundabout.

A new build

Local Shoppers


A Spanish Restaurant

A Picasso mural?

Under the railway

B B King near the Thameslink Railway Station

The Strata Tower AKA the Razor


"Take away" restaurants

Not worth stealing!

Under the Arches Bike Shop

New Kent Road

Both worried

Crossway Mural


East Street Market


Vintage 1979

Are they new or used?

They have large sizes

Masons Arms, East Street

Rummaging for bargains

A fruit stall

Ozone Sauna and Helen

I annoyed him by asking "Do you know what Kakis are?"

Hot Snacks

Thank you Jesus



Cloth stall

Shoe stall

Fish stall

Hair Dresser East Street



"American cloth" tablecloths

Gutter garden

East Street Market entrance

Walworth Road and the Razor

Strollers Walworth Road


In McDonalds for our coffee

McDonalds again

Charming (and noisy) Boys

On the closed Cummings Museum Walworth Road. Is it a Howdah?

The Tankard pub Amelia Rd/Walworth Rd

Old Buddies

Businesses in the railway arches

Chimney plus the Razor


Zebra effect on a car

Amelia Street, Pullens Buildings

Back yard

Pullens Buildings, Penton Place

It was Clements & Co, Peacock Yard

Several small  workshops and an umbrella installation

Fixed Seats Iliffe Street

Washing out to dry

This cyclist giggled a lot when I said he matched the Postman

All in black


The Tiger shop (wholesale meat in fact)

Water tower with windows?

Oriental stuff

Street Light

The Lamp

Metropolitan Police Downspout

 The closed police station

Renfrew Road

Cinema Museum, Dugard Way

Gilbert Road

The Ship, Kennington Rd for our lunch

Helen & Michael at lunch

Loo Mirror

Hand dryer

The bar


Red and Pink

Japanese style Garden?

Kennington Road

On the phone


Children playing in grounds of what was Bedlam now Imperial War Museum


Almost a "Brucie"

Imperial War Museum

Memorial to the Russians lost  in WW2

Westminster Bridge Road

Morley College Decoration

Westminster Bridge Road

Emma Cons, founder Morley College.

Caroline Martineau, first principal

Eva Hubback, next principal

Lilian Baylis revived Old Vic, ENO etc

Westminster Bridge Road plus bus

Lambeth North Tube Station

Park Plaza  Hotel


Crown & Cushion pub

A detail

Mobile? Street Art

Michael records an old Vespa

Lower Marsh Street, the Market was over


Photo-ing Street Art, Leake Street under Waterloo Station railway lines


More art

Street Art


Stop Judging


Side Gallery off Leake Street


A Soldier

Masked Rider


Tags being added

Shell  Centre reflected in a puddle Leake Street

Contrived Darkness


For Victory


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