This vibrant public park is part of the chain of open spaces along Victoria Embankment in London 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 walls made from new hardwood railway sleepers are a new addition to the landscaping design.
A wonderful set of curved railway sleeper walls have been built at different heights, to create an elegant addition to these charming embankment gardens. A breath of fresh air next to the river Thames amidst the hecticness of London.