Monday, 12 June 2017

In & Around #London: #CamdenTown Tube Details Up-Close #Photoblog

The Monday Photoblog!


Monday is mute on The Daily Constitutional (well, almost mute) – because Monday is the day when we post five images captured in and around London by London Walks Guides and London Walkers.

Collated on a theme or an area, if you've got some great shots of our capital and want to join in send your pictures to the usual address.



A few details captured in an idle moment between trains at Camden Town…

The automated "Mind The Gap" announcements have been in use on the Underground since 1969



A tactile warning surface for the blind and visually impaired 


(For information on London Underground travel for the blind and visually impaired, visit the Transport For London website here: tfl.gov.uk/transport-accessibility/people-with-sight-or-hearing-loss)


Tiles manufactured by H&E Smith of Staffordshire. Founded in 1926, they have been tiling the Underground since the 1980s



If you see this under your feet, it means DON'T STAND HERE, YOU'RE IN THE WAY!



(P.S. I'll be returning to this, one of my very favourite pieces of contemporary London design, in a later post)





A London Walk costs £10 – £8 concession. To join a London Walk, simply meet your guide at the designated tube station at the appointed time. Details of all London Walks can be found at www.walks.com.



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