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Destruction Stories #1

euston arch Euston Arch
Grand gateway to Railroad Travel. This item stood guard over Euston travellers, and made the ultimate gesture, the supreme sacrifice.

Euston sign on station exterior HS2 Project at Euston
Mass demolition on the side streets. Pet project devours all it it's way. But what about the people who lived here?

Crossrail Crossrail
The sweet little Elizabeth Line has thrust it's way through London and crushed all buildings before it. Shoudn't be allowed.

old liverpool street Liverpool Street Station Interior
Back to the days of British Railways. Pleasant trips, commuter fun, whistles, steam, cheap tea, nice interiors.

old leyton Claremont Road, Leytonstone
London's east end disappears under new M11 link road. This is the story of one last stand against tyranny.

baltic exchange Baltic Exchange
Victoriana in marble, glass, and wood carvings. Blasted, restored, and blasted again. Poor thing.

old mappin and webb Mappin & Webb
Bank Tube Station once had an elegant friend. But this building was in the eye glint of every evil speculator.

kensington market Kensington Market
Hippies and Punks unite and make over. Winding trails of novelty, laughter, and mystery. Now retired to history.

portcullis house Bridge Street Palace Chambers
Making way for bickering MP's. Former foil for the commons and big ben.

broad street station Broad Street Station
Liverpool Street's sister terminus pulled down for Broadgate. But this was olde London they were ignoring.

old tube stations London Tube Station Buildings
Architecture from happier times gone by. No plastic used here. Everything cute, carved, and crafted.

marquee club Marquee Club - Wardour Street
World famous rock music venue plays it's last ever power chord. The heart and soul of London's west end.

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