Eccentric looks at life including the thoughts of a retired working thinker.
25 April 2013
Buggered Britain 15
It's a long time since we've had an instalment in my occasional series documenting some of the underbelly of Britain. Britain which we wouldn't like visitors to see and which we wish wasn't there. The trash, abused, decaying, destitute and otherwise buggered parts of our environment. Those parts which symbolise the current economic malaise; parts which, were the country flourishing, wouldn't be there, would be better cared for, or made less inconvenient.
These choice dwellings are is in Acton Vale, in West London. The photo flatters them — in real life they're far more picturesquely scrofulous!