Photographs by John Davies
25 January – 16 June 2013
Can you remember London before the congestion charge?
Photographer John Davies explores how London’s major arterial roads have changed over the past 10 years in this small photographic display in our entrance hall. Best known for his unflinching black and white images of post-industrial Britain, these images attempt to document the multi-layered character of six London thoroughfares, photographed just before the Congestion Charge was introduced to London a decade ago.
How do you think London’s roads have changed since 2003? Tell us via twitter @museumoflondon or use hashtag #highways.