Wednesday, 18 April 2018

From Kings Cross to Camden Town: 10 Nov 2016

Photos from a November 2016 stroll along the Regents Canal in central London from Kings Cross to Camden Town. It was quite a fruitful walk in terms of the photos I got, visiting two locations that I had often visited before but taking a new route along the canal towpath.

Photos from my new London albums: Camden and Kings Cross

Gasholder No. 8, Gasholder Park, Kings Cross

Gasholder No. 8, Gasholder Park, Kings Cross


Visitors at Camden Lock Market, now given over to specialty street food stalls

Hot dogs, crispy squid - street food stalls at Camden Lock Market

An urban nature reserve, a wild green space near the centre of London on the Regents Canal between Camden Town and Kings Cross

On the Regents Canal towpath passing the Gasholder Park development
Gasholder Park

A narrowboat carrying cargo manoeuvring through Camden Town at Camden Lock on the Regents Canal

The Regents Canal under Chalk Farm Road bridge, Camden Town

Futuristic homes on the Regents Canal at the rear of Sainsburys, Camden Town, London designed by architects Nicholas Grimshaw

Canalside architecture off the towpath of the Regents Canal around the Camden Road Bridge at Camden Town, London

Canalside architecture off the towpath of the Regents Canal around the Camden Road Bridge at Camden Town, London

Blue traditional terraced cottages amidst grey on Regents Canal

Graffiti on the Regents Canal towpath at Elm Village, London

St Pancras Hospital water tower, Granary Street, London

The restaurant narrowboat Fair Lady moored at Camden Lock on the Regents Canal beneath a 'Welcome to Camden' mural

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