Blooming Russians. They're like rats in Londongrad. You're never more than six-feet away from one of them. I'm in Notting Hill (sometimes). Loads of 'em round our way. But who are they? What are they? What do they want? Are they dodgy or are they kosher? These are some of the basic questions that I will be failing to answer.
Built in 1912, the Krog Street Tunnel in Atlanta is a vital artery for pedestrians, cyclists and vehicular traffic. But that's not all. The interior of the tunnel itself is a chaotic collage of graffiti art and something else to behold.