Out walking, enjoying the clement weather last night I discovered Leake Street, also known as "Graffiti Tunnel" or the "Banksy Tunnel".
The openings at either end aren't particularly interesting or visible, but it was a short cut for where I was headed so I ducked on in.
The street is about 300 metres long, runs off York Road and under the platforms and tracks of Waterloo station. The walls are decorated with graffiti, which seems to be tolerated there regardless of the legal complications.
Here's a photosphere from just inside the Northern end of the tunnel.
Here's a photosphere from inside the Southern end of the tunnel.
Will Banksy tunnel always be this way?
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