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Is this a sentiment most Brockley residents would share? And whereabouts can this intriguing bit of graffiti be found?
No idea. Looks like some sort of railway bridge, but other than that I wouldn't possibly be able to guess.
I have never seen that. The others I vaguely recognised, but that.....???
We tend not to have such things in the C-zone, so maybe its on the cheapside of brockley
Ive never seen it west-side so my guess is that its at the end of garden wall perhaps in the 'c-area'. We cheapies have fences not walls for our gardens :o)
Outside Nunhead Cemetery?
Kate, you always bring the nicest articles to Brockley Central. I haven't seen this one but I'd guess it's down one of the mews off Geoffrey Road.
Aw thanks Nobbly.But sadly none of you are anywhere near correct!Any further guesses?
First day back at work...I feel a bit like the chap on the wall.
Is it Brockzilla?
I can see this from my back window, you will find it in the [park lbehind Rokeby Road.
Aka... the cheap side.
Anonymous-Nick and I-am-lemur are both right: Luxmore Gardens! Which is, I believe, in the conservation area.
KateThe conservation area stops at Rokeby Road, I don't think it is in the area - although I could be wrong!
I thought it went over to Shardloes Rd?But judging by this map, it looks as though the boundary runs right through Luxmore Gardens!:http://www.lewisham.gov.uk/Environment/Planning/ConservationAndUrbanDesign/ConservationAreas/Brockley/MapBrockleyConservationArea.htm
that is in Luxmore gardens its a run down park between malpas road and rokeby road (there are entrances on both roads). The park is used a giant dog toilet as the old climbing frame was removed and never replaced, a shame as its totally never used (Except by dog owners!!!!)
You're only a year late, anon!!! :D
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