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Report - Under LDN Bridge - 2010

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Els, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. Els

    Els Obsessed with BS7671
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    Beneath the city's elevated highways and railways there are often void spaces, sometimes let out and used commercially (think railway arches), and, if not economically viable, left forgotten to be filled with the local Councils junk. Kept beyond the reach of the general public, with an understanding of building construction, they are yours for the taking.

    Fate she is a funny thing. And so are doors that keep on banging away in the wind.

    Tour assembly point

    Casts...for resin maybe?

    Barrel vaulting, from another time perhaps...

    Lovely ceramics, screen printed maybe...

    Stencil for the worlds biggest legal graff spray...


    Directions, for what event was this for...?

    Up close and personal.

    Moah ceramics + mouldings...


    This sort of tiling I have only ever seen in places where the public has once been allowed...

    Bench graveyard
    #1 Els, Dec 23, 2010
    Last edited: Feb 15, 2013

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