Monday, 1 July 2013

Bermondsey Beach is now on Instagram:

The Beach has been out and about in Bermondsey enjoying and now sharing the sights of SE1 and SE16.
You can follow us on Instagramttp:// @bermondseybeach.

Sunrise over Bermondsey Underground station on Jamaica Road SE16
Surrounded by Victorian warehouses converted into exclusive apartments in the 80s and 90s, St Saviour's Dock was once the inlet to the River Neckinger, now one of London's many hidden underground rivers.

St Saviour's Dock, Shad Thames SE1
Shad Thames has some hidden secrets:

'Wall, Wood and Weeds': Steps in Shad Thames, SE1

On Grange Road SE1 the debate about graffiti and street art continues:

'I don't understand art', The Grange, SE1

School's out before summer on Thurland Road SE16:

'I love school!' Thurland Road, SE16
Bermondsey loved and very much enjoyed London 2012, especially the Torch Relay as it crossed Tower Bridge and blazed a trail along Tooley Street

'Which bin shall I put it in?' Southwark Park Road, SE16
Hidden behind a garden gate on Tanner Street, nature beautifies EDF's meter boxes:

'Lovely view of the gas meters', Tanner Street SE1

This lorry driver from Valencia, Spain was comforted and protected by a very visual representation of his personal faith - we caught up with him on Old Jamaica Road:

'Keeping me safe (Spanish lorry)' Old Jamaica Road, SE16
And finally, a view from Bermondsey Beach:

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