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Lone Bicycle Photo Essay: Broadway Market in Hackney

Series number 3 of the Lone Bicycle photo essay takes us to the Broadway Market in Hackney, East London. I have lunch on this street at least once a month as I only work a stone’s throw away. In fact those lunches are monthly meetings with my team. We have a system in place that revolves around a team member choosing a restaurant on every occasion. Bella Vista, an Italian restaurant, has managed to always get my vote each time, but I really need to cast my net wider next time it is my turn to choose.

Perhaps the most famous graffiti ever found on this Broadway read “Broadway Market is not a Sinking Ship, it’s a Submarine” That quote epitomizes the recent history of this relatively small street. Not too long ago it was by all standards a ghetto with all the associated issues that deprived areas conjure up. It is now a hub for some of the most frequented pubs, restaurants, shops, florists etc.

In this series 10 photos of lone bicycles were taken over a two day period.

Lone Bicycle Photo Essay

Seen on Ada street a side street off the Broadway market

Lone Bicycle Photo Essay: Broadway Market in Hackney

Seen on the Broadway market

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Seen on the Broadway market next to the Pavilion bakery

Lone Bicycle Photo Essay: Broadway Market in Hackney

Seen off Broadway market on the regents canal

Lone Bicycle Photo EssaySeen propped to the wall on Broadway market

Lone Bicycle Photo EssaySeen overlooking the popular L’eau à La Bouche Delicatessen & café

Lone Bicycle Photo Essay

Bicycle seen next to the Pavilion bakery

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Bicycle seen in front of the El Ganso cafe and tapas restaurant

Lone Bicycle Photo EssaySeen near 2 Hub a men’s and women’s clothing. Also near the Broadway Fish bar, one of my favourite places.

Lone Bicycle Photo EssaySeen off the Broadway market.



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