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Great LTNs of South London

LTNs (Low Traffic Neighbourhoods)  have sprung up across South London adding new open spaces on roads and restricting car access. Some people object to these for understandable reasons, others because they're enthusiasts for wearing tin foil hats but a majority of Londoners welcome them. Whatever your position though they are new and interesting additions to our city scape which these postcards are a celebration of.

Great Low Traffic Neighbourhoods.

Amelia Street SE17 – The giraffe motif celebrates the arrival in the UK of the first giraffes at the nearby (until closed) Surrey Zoological Gardens. 

Atlantic Road SW9 -  Crossroads of Coldharbour Lane and Atlantic Road allows for a peaceful contemplation of this former entry point to the old Frontline. 

Calton Avenue SE21 - Occasionally smoke drifts over this site as the Dulwich bourgeoisie go fully Paris suburb.

Fentiman Road SW8: Get bowled over in this quiet spot near the Oval. 

Liverpool Grove SE17 - Recently pedestrianised featuring John Soanes' beautiful St Peter's church in the background.


Melbourne Grove SE22 - Plantings at different points near East Dulwich station. 

Shakespeare Road SE24- At another end of the Railton Road LTN this oasis is close to both the former headquarters of the British Black Panthers, Race Today Collective and the radical squats of the 70s and 80s. 

All cards are A6 size (105 x 148 mm) and are available now

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There are plans to extend this series over the coming months and suggestions welcome. 


Back of postacrd featuring lines, the words South London's streets and lines to write address in.
Liverpool Grove Walwith with St Peters Church in the background.
calton avenue ltn se21
Atlantic Road Brixton with Brixton Wholefoods in the background. Part of Railton Road LTN
Fentiman Road Low Traffic Neighbourhood. Part of the Oval LTN. Seating and trees off the Clapham Road feature.
Shakespear Road seating and planting at corner of Mayall Road. Part of the Railton Road LTN.
Amelia Street seating and planting at corner of Amelia Street and Penton Place. Also wooden giraffe silhouette.
Melbourne Grove LTN SE22
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