What's a pedway? It's essentially a set of raised pavements (we're talking one floor up) which you will find in the City of London. Some bits towards London Bridge, others bits towards Barbican, intended to keep pedestrian safe from traffic.
The London pedway scheme was due to make it easier to walk across the City, linking all office buildings. It took off in the mid 20th century but eventually died off by the late seventies as people were'nt really using them.
Maybe they'll make a comeback with London getting more and more saturated with traffic, possibly a good solution for cyclists too?
Anyway... Here's a 360 degree view of London's pedway, well at least a fragment of it just by Lower Thames Street.
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