CURVED RAILWAY SLEEPER WALLS ON LONDON EMBANKMENT
This vibrant public park is part of the chain of open spaces along Victoria Embankment that were opened in 1865. It is popular with office workers as a pleasant space to eat lunch and relax, with grass areas, bedding displays and a bandstand with a programme of events throughout the summer. Curved new hardwood railway sleeper walls have been built at different heights to create an elegant addition to these charming river Thames gardens. A breath of fresh air amidst the hecticness of London.