Tile panel, subway 4, Greenford Flyover

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Ten years ago today I created the 157th post for Greenford 365. To mark the blog’s anniversary I will attempt to post a photo every day throughout 2022.

This panel is made of tiles designed by local schoolchildren, one of four in this subway. Greenford Flyover was opened in 1979 and all the pedestrian subways have one or more of these. They range from geometric designs like this one to interpretations of drawings or photographs of local scenes. Over the years some have been damaged, by weather or vandalism, and grafitti has been painted over. In this case it was not possible to do so without covering the design so what is left of the black writing has almost become a part of it.

Images and text ©Albertina McNeill 2022. Please do not reproduce without permission. All rights reserved. Do not add any of these images to Pinterest or similar sites as this will be regarded as a violation of copyright.

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