The Low Line London is an emerging world-class walking route along the base of the viaduct in Bankside, linking London Bridge and Waterloo stations. Led by Better Bankside, it encourages greater exploration along its length, revealing new destinations, and celebrating the history and unique heritgae of one of London’s oldest neighbourhoods.
London's oldest and most renowned food market. Borough Market's stalls shops and restaurants celebrate traditional produce alongside regional specialties from around the world. 8 Southwark St, SE1 1TL
Here the Low Line comes close to Bankside's famous Medieval burial ground - Crossbones. Explore one of Bankside's newest gardens at Crossbones - a memorial garden to remember the outcast dead who were buried here in un-consecrated graves.
Flat Iron Square is a cultural hub nestled in the historic railway arches of Bankside, right along the Low Line route. Home to an array of street food traders, restaurants and bars and a weekly flea market. 53b Southwark Street, SE1 1RU
A lively mix of theatre, food and drink. Old Union Yard Arches, 229 Union Street, SE1 0LR
One of London's short-lived stations, Blackfriars Road was on the South Eastern Railway (SER) line, between Charing Cross and London Bridge. It was opened in 1864 with the name Blackfriars but closed less than five years later. It is now retrospectively known as Blackfriars Road to distinguish it from the current Blackfriars Station. 202 Blackfriars Rd, SE1 0XH