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the british sea side

luvly bank holiday at the seaside. in the shadow of a carbuncled tower block, with a regenerative art gallery placed like a light-house on the edge of the under-performing British coast. antiques and (reconstituted) lobster tail and 10p arcade games competing in the happy nostalgia battle.
off the beaten track, behind a very ordinary built frontage and down a tunnel is an incredible shell grotto of unknown heritage. 4 million shells creating the faces of owls and gods in the cold underground, and another 2 million for sale in the gift shop. coincidentally, tunnels seem to be everywhere in Dalston now and it must be the rising land values.


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