Leeke Street

Leeke Street, London: Address, Leeke Street Reviews: 4.5/5

Leeke Street
4.5
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Remy R
London, UK1,770 contributions
Always sonething going on
Feb 2019 • Solo
The murals are changing daily so there is always sonething new to see. Despite being in a grotty tunnel beneath the railway station it's now full of people, street artists doing their thing, locals walking by and tourists taking pictures. Theh are also a couple of bars and venues which have open in the archway. Highly recommend the board café for a game night with a group of friend or just a quick drink
Written 3 February 2019
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places2seeplaces2go
England, UK4,549 contributions
Street Art
May 2018 • Couples
I visit London regularly & use Waterloo & Leake Street if I’m heading towards The Southbank.
I was surprised to see reviews for it. But, thought I’d add my comments.
I’ve often admired the skill of the artists involved.
Another reviewer has commented that there is a Banksy among the graffiti. I’m not so sure about that,so will have a better look next time I’m walking through.
Written 12 May 2018
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rayrest
London, UK7,342 contributions
Graffiti
Sep 2017 • Couples
Leake Street is a tunnel that goes underneath Waterloo railway station and it's platforms and is best known for the graffiti that has been painted on the walls by the famous graffiti artist Banksy.
Written 2 September 2017
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Gottlob_Frege
Boston, MA20 contributions
Amazing graffiti
Jun 2015 • Family
At the Eye: Walk away from the Eye across the plaza. When you hit the main street, take a right, cross the street and go down the into the passage on your left that goes under the train tracks. It looks a little sketchy, but it's safe. (I wouldn't do this after dark, though, unless you're 18 or looking for trouble.) The passage is covered with really first rate graffiti. I took my 18 and 21 year olds here and they were floored. Bonus: at the end of the passage is a great neighborhood, certainly destined to disappear as the area is built up.
Written 30 June 2015
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