On Walsall IX

M6 flys over

Concrete pillars hold it up

Pollutants rain down


n.b. Looking at this map one realises that the prevailing south-westerly wind blows vast amounts of diesel smuts, nitrogen dioxide and other exhaust filth across the metropolitan borough of Walsall.

This section of Britain’s motorway network is rarely free-flowing, so fumes are an issue. Of course, no one would ever build a school nearby.

CLP 13/02/2019

Published by

Christopher Perry

Liberté, Equalité, Humanité