MMMM...Curious pic!! May I ask what is it exactly?? :-S Is Angel the name of a subway station in London??
Yes..you were right :)
MMM??? Sorry, I still feel curiousity about this pic :)...it seems that the poster is sticked somehow on top of a curved surface ( the ceiling maybe??)made of bricks (very old bricks)??!!
Am I right again? ;;)
yes right again :)
the curved wall of the tunnel at the undergound station..
the station was being ripped apart and updated..i liked the old texture of the walls and somehow the sign seemed to hold onto something that was being lost ..
Thanks for your interest Crystal ;)
Thanks for your answers and for your time!!
MMMM... that "T" makes me feel curiosity again...
you are welcome dear Crystal..
TY T ;)
Europa first underground, his age shows on him.
Thank you ISTVÁN...
greeting from England :)
There is a strange building in London and this Tate gallery. I took notice of this building early already when I noticed it on the cover of one of Pink Floyd's discs. Acts between my aims taking a photo of this building because something is inexplicable from a reason strange, has a mystic effect on me, than generally the old factory buildings that they were left of the time of the industrial revolution above. Some similar photos of mine are put up here. I would be glad if from this building I would find pictures here in the panoramioban. I welcome you István.
BALÁS (greetings) then dear Istvan i think the place you speak of is BATTERSEA..if you write in that TAG you will find some images on Panaramio..
keep on the search ! :)
I say thank you for it my kind friend, but did not show me that place. What I mentioned, the single old power station building on his four poles with cylindrical chimneys with a white colour and Themze is on his coast, from the mentioned place to the east.
yes the place you write of..
Battersea Power Station in London is a defunct power station that was the first in a series of large coal-fired electrical generating facilities . Built in 1939, and the station ceased electricity-generation in 1983. Since then the site has remained largely unused, with numerous failed redevelopment plans from successive site owners. The building is the largest brick-built structure in Europe and is notable for its original and lavish Art Deco fittings and decor. The station famously appears in The Beatles' 1965 Help! movie (with a graphic identifying it as "a famous power station") and on the cover art of Pink Floyd's 1977 album Animals.
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