With all attention focused on the reopened market on the site of last year's fire, Camden Town's Stables Market has been keeping a low profile. The former warren of horse tunnels is undergoing a radical and controversial transformation, centered on a new four-storey steel and glass building.
Between this building and the railway lines, a passage has been cut through the former catacombs, creating a new cobbled walkway at the back of the complex. The route remains a building site, but there are signs that it will soon open to shoppers. A couple of days ago, we wandered in, unchallenged by any security, and took a few pictures. Click through the photo gallery for descriptions.
Barring one grainy image, artist's impressions of the new development are suspiciously difficult to find online. However, plan views are available on the Camden council pages. Here's the most revealing document.