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Spoons

Spoons Spoons

The Great Wen suggests that these spoons first appeared in about 2000 and that they refer to the use of the stairwell by heroin addicts.

Site: Spoons (1 memorial)

EC1, Warner Street, public stairwell to Rosebery Avenue

Brought to our attention by Londonist and The Great Wen, but by the time we got there, April 2018, it was all cleaned away. We thank The Great Wen for capturing the spoons on camera. Our photo shows the arched entrance to the public stairwell, in Warner Street.

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