We were following a walk along the course of the New River in Highbury/Stoke Newington which was pretty dull along the culverted stretch along Petherton Road but this lovely representation of a zebra crossing with vigorously flashing Belisha beacons painted on the pavement of Church Path (overlooked by a black cat lounging on a window sill) was a nice surprise.
This innocuous building on Garratt Lane in Wandsworth has had a host of different purposes including a cinema from 1908 to the late 1920s.
Hitchcock loved his models and so do I.
The new old entrance to Hanwell station on Station Approach. For years this entrance was closed which was thoroughly annoying for those of us who live in south Hanwell. It’s amazing how much difference it makes when you have a train to catch. It also improves the interior.