In 2019, miniature doors started appearing in Cambridge. A new one would appear every few weeks. I am not sure whether to categorise them as public art or not. They are certainly an art project (see website), but they are not official (although they seem to be tolerated by authority) and may be temporary.
|On Reality Checkpoint|
|In Downing Street|
|Between two phone boxes near Gt St Mary's|
|Next to spiky letter box, in Riverside.|
This used to be next to a college,
and the spikes on top were to stop students
climbing into college after hours
(when the gates were shut at night).
|In Sussex Street, opposite Millers.|
|In All Saints Passage, near Trinity Street.|
Jesus lock footbridge, Jesus Green
It is a transporter for "Ride and Park"
Dinky spaceship crashed into the wall of the Museum of Technology, on Riverside
At Wandlebury (not my photos)
On Mill Road bridge
Oh dear, the Mill Road bridge one seems to have been grafittied!
The Mill Road bridge one was stolen a day or two later.
It is now a crime scene.
Corner of Sedgwick St and St Phillips Rd
© Jo Edkins 2019 - Return to Walks index