IT stands alone: the railing – sorry the ‘guardrail’ – that got away. A lone survivor in the new look railings-less Camden Town. As railing after railing was chopped down this week in NW1, dividing the neighbourhood over whether the move towards an uncluttered, unfettered Camden Town was wise or not (…think how cluttered it gets with tipsy people during the weekend party hours), this fence somehow remains in tact. Against all the odds. A notice pinned to it says it is due, like all the others, to meet the cutting machine in the week commencing November 11 – i.e. this week. Surely that means it just has to get through the weekend to clinch its survival? A symbol of resistance, a lasting reminder of Camden Town’s guardrail years.
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