Having spent the best part of an hour crawling through Peckham, we finally reached Camberwell, another inner south London suburb low on charm, but lively nonetheless. I don't have as many photos to show you because traffic conditions improved considerably (seems that every car going through the area was stuck in or around Peckham) and we picked up some speed, so it wasn't as easy to take photos. Here's a selection of the best ones.
I don't know what this building is, can't even tell if it's an office block or residential accommodation, but I thought it looked nice.
Finally, some empty roads!
Coming up to Camberwell Green, the hub of Camberwell where all the restaurants and bars are.
Check out "Noodels City". You may have to enlarge the photo to see the sign.
Continuing towards Kennington, it's getting a bit busier on the roads, but still moving at a steady speed.
Another example of terraced housing - this time Victorian/Edwardian (I think).
Made by Cows - a popular ad campaign by Anchor Butter.
The empty road happiness wasn't meant to last. Soon we come across more roadworks and more cones, and we're back to single lane traffic.
Still, slow speeds are good for photography. I really shouldn't complain.