On what was a particularly dreary and drizzly summer’s day today I made it down to the Serpentine Pavilion in Hyde Park. Every year there’s a competition for an international architect to have their first work constructed in England and this year we have an “unzipped wall” designed by Bjarke Ingels Group. As it turns out […]Read more "Serpentine Pavilion – Hyde Park"
Another month, another London transport related event. This time Transport for London’s “Transported by Design” street festival, which closed off Regent Street last Sunday 3rd July. This was an opportunity for TfL and their contractors to display some gems from the past and demonstrate ideas for the future, in what must be one of the […]Read more "Transported by Design"
Euston station today presents itself as a unified mainline railway terminal with a London Underground station nestled beneath, connecting the two branches of the Northern line and the Victoria line. Historically though this wasn’t the case – the two legs of the Northern line started life at the beginning of the 20th Century as two distinct […]Read more "Hidden London: The Abandoned Euston Tunnels"
On Saturday I was lucky enough to make it to the London Transport Museum’s Depot Open Weekend. Although I’ve been to the main site in Covent Garden several times, this was the first time I’d visit the Acton Depot. A huge train shed, it’s filled with all the treasures the Museum has neither the space nor the money to exhibit in […]Read more "London Transport Museum Depot"
Just a handful of pictures taken on my iPhone 6 between Christmas and New Year.Read more "Shad Thames to St. Paul’s"
One of the so-called disadvantages of film photography is the fact that you have to wait until the roll is finished before processing and finally seeing what you’ve captured. I’m firmly of the belief that this can well be a good thing too. Quite often I’ll put a film in a camera, take a few […]Read more "Lomography Redscale XR in the Trip 35"
My old London photos seem to have attracted a bit of interest, so I thought I’d put up the fullest versions that I have – I had to do a bit of cropping to make them match my “Now” equivalents in the comparison images. I only ever photochemically printed four of the pictures – as these are the […]Read more "London: 1907 and Now – In Full"