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Monday, 31 October 2011

Wapping Pier Head: 6↑2, part 1.

It can't still be there, can it? But apparently, it is. These new "nows", courtesy of Bert Kleersnijder, show 6↑2 very much in-situ. But what is 6↑2? What means 6↑2? No doubt something to do with Faul related nonsense. Or not.
Still, these are great:

The location is now a private garden, usually locked, of which the old filled-in Pier Head is part. Surprisingly, much remains as was:

Bert, having gained access, spent an hour meticulously capturing "nows" for all the MDO shots from this locale. He's promised to send the rest as soon as they have been edited:

Many thanks to him.