Another famous pedestrian crossing for SJW!

After all the chaos of road repairs on St John's Wood High Street subsided this week, we have been left with the UK's first 3D pedestrian crossing between the soon-to-open Corbin & King restaurant 'Soutine' (previously known as Carluccio's) and the Churchyard.

The striking design of the crossing was developed in Iceland and is intended to further slow traffic, probably due to people using it as a photo opportunity.

Here in St John's Wood, we know all about photographs on crossings!

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