Far away is close at hand in images of elsewhere
Around 1979 some graffiti appeared on the brick wall to the south of the railway line approaching Paddington Station in London. It said: "Far away is close at hand in images of elsewhere." This was a somewhat unusual piece of graffiti, and it was facetiously ascribed to a mythical Master of Paddington graffiti artist in the papers. As the picture shows, the famous saying disappeared when the wall was demolished in 1980.
A copy of this graffiti then appeared on a wall near Subway Junction just out of Paddington, where it was visible in late 1999, but new construction in 2000 has removed the last trace.
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