Brixton snaps, March 2007
Photos taken during March 2007. Photos © urban75 editor
More photos taken on my wanders around Brixton.
The delightful facade of the Walton Lodge laundry company, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton.
Night view, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton.
Brixton's shiny new tube station where classical music famously plays loudly to deter lurkers and ne'er do wells.
See: Brixton tube station feature
Submachine guns at Brixton tube
Although it's been lying empty for years, there's fresh hope that the famous Bradys Bar may reopen in the future.
Electronic police warning sign outside the tube station. Welcome to Brixton!
'London Hoel.' Rather apt, some may say.
Signs by Brixton railway station.
Incident on Coldharbour Lane. The police have turned up mob-handed to close down a shop while the local yoot do their best to cause a nuisance, bless 'em.
Early evening, Atlantic Road. If you're after a loud wig and fancy having some garish fake nails stuck on your hands, you're in the right place.
Note the water on the floor. No matter what the weather, you can guarantee that the railway platform above will produce a never-ending stream of water dripping down your neck as you pass.
Teddy's dead, Coldharbour Lane.
More yellow warning signs, Brixton.
See: They want your pod!
The only second hand clothing shop left under the arches on Station Road.
Slogan covered plant pot near the police station, Gresham Road.
A warm welcome to Brixton!
Maribu Education Centre, Gresham Road.
The impressive facade of the Gresham Baptist Chapel (Constructed 1880, extended 1897).
The modernist lines of Albertine House on Gresham Road.
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