Well, I couldn’t use exactly the same word as LJG who, instead of commenting on the colour being drained from everything over the weekend, had the courage to go B&W. I follow! These images see The Limehouse Cut quite differently.
The Limehouse Cut opened in 1770, about 2.5 miles in length and its purpose was to facilitate trade by shortening the passage between The Lee Navigation and the City of London. The area was named after the lime kilns, used in … Continued