28 Photos Later: Day 16 in London

Welcome to Day 16 of “28 Photos Later”.



Today’s photo is “The Interchange”.

AP Camden

The Interchange was once a link between London’s railways and canals.  The building straddled the canal at Camden Town, with railway tracks and platforms on one side, and trap-doors giving access to the barges beneath.  As canal transport declined, The Interchange was used for transfers between rail and road, then as a storage warehouse, and now as offices.  As a home for media companies, it’s still well-named, even if it’s an interchange for information, not timber and coal.

For more information about The Interchange’s history:-

Click here for the English Heritage website

Click here for the Camden Railway Heritage Trust.


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