F is for Foot Tunnel

Walking through the Greenwich Foot Tunnel under the River Thames feels not too much different to being in a tube station, where there is often a vast warren of tiled pedestrian tunnels taking you down from the surface to the relevant platform. This old (but well-used) Victorian pedestrian tunnel runs from the Isle of Dogs in the North to Greenwich in the South, with twin circular brick entrance-ways either side of the river allowing access to the tunnel via staircases spiralling around spacious wood-panelled lifts…

My theme for this year’s April A-Z Challenge is ‘My London A-Z’. I’ve found living in London to be very different from just visiting; in general I live a very ordinary life far removed from the craziness of the city itself, so I thought it might be fun to share my everyday experience with you all in images and words…

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