The Anonymous Widower

In The Brick Caverns Under London

I took these pictures as I walked through London Bridge station to the Underground.

I do like well-executed brickwork! I hope they don’t cover it with plaster or concrete.

I certainly don’t think they’re finished yet! The lights are for light rather than to a design that fits.

This set of brick arches will form a level passageway between the inner concourse of the station and the exits towards the City and the Underground.

London Bridge looks like it could take the mantle of London’s best railway station from Kings Cross.

December 20, 2016 - Posted by | Transport | , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Catacombs in underground Paris ..Is a wonder like this .. it’s scary as well as mysterious…

    Comment by anand | December 24, 2016 | Reply

    • It’s just how the Victorians built London Bridge station in the early 1800s. The station opened in 1836.

      Go and have a look!

      Comment by AnonW | December 24, 2016 | Reply

      • Yup sure one day I will .. 🙂

        Comment by anand | December 25, 2016


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