London Public Art – Unknown?
During a recent wander around the Stonebridge Park area of London – I was over in that neck of the woods for a meeting – I discovered an interesting piece of public art. I haven’t got a clue who made the piece or what it is called, and if anybody out there can enlighten me, please do!
You wont find many tourists out and about in Stonebridge Park… hell no! However… located a short distance away from where I was having my meeting… 15 minutes walk you will find the Trinidad Roti Shop, in Harlesden. This shop is the business. Try the Curried Goat and potatoes, Curried Mutton and potatoes or the Curried Beef and potato Roti, they are out of this world. I have my ex-wife to thank for discovering this gem! I’m temped to head over there this very second for some Souse and black pudding… yum, yum, yum!
Unknown London Public Art
I’m curious if today’s featured piece of public art has anything to do with the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – a traditional Hindu temple – which is located nearby. I will ask when I visit during Open House London in a couple of weeks time…