Once nothing more than a barren wasteland between two railway lines, the Nomadic Community Gardens have been touted as one of London’s most impressive, yet relatively unknown, attractions.
A plethora of street art covers the garden areas and buildings constructed of found materials. The community has added makeshift theaters, bars, galleries, and coffee shops, building a small village in the unique space.
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