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Gods Own Junkyard, London

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  • What can I say! There's this one the left, this on the right. Feel dizzy from the experience. Get away from the day to day and get yourselves to a piece of utter yummyvilleness. Yes you've guessed it....  more »
  • On an afternoon in the ☀️ sun, and her boyfriend, Winterhead, who had taken a 45-minute trip to Walthamstow Central Station north of London, walked almost 15 minutes to #God's Own. Junkyard, half gone, so big old run is a coffee shop? ☝ is not so simple, here in addition to being the "bat" filming site, the well-known "vogue" also came to take a cover photo of the scene I am required to come to a trip . Here's the founder, Chris Bracey, who collected a large number of neon and counterfeit goods that had been set up, rebuilt and re-used to set up this place, and in this one-in-one coffee shop you can shoot a blockbuster that is more than a lot of people, and build a little earlier to avoid the crowd. It's a coffee shop, but I only took a photo without a meal and was attracted to the outside dog shop to take a picture of the hand, the stomach also blew, pushed the dog that was roasted incense dog really delicious . It's a little remote, #God's Junkyard near the station and i don't see any restaurants, convenience stores, there aren't many tables, only 2, 3 tables, there are hand washing room can be assured
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  • What can I say? Crazy, neon must see place where you least expect it. A kind of museum to 60s and 70s sleeve and alt culture. The items are in demand for period TV and film. Cafe attracts colourful clientele and has a friendly atmosphere. The whole estate is worth a visit, with breweries, gin palace, bars (and a garage).
  • It’s a very unique place. I would say a must see if you are in Walthamstow area. Usually it gets busy on the weekends so you might not find a place to sit, but it’s still a cool place to go and have a walk around. They have a little garden as well so you can cool down after a hot summer day.
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