This may be the best hidden pocket park in London, or maybe I wandered onto private property, it's not entirely easy to be sure which.
Sat right next to a roaring main road it's probably not a surprise that this former churchyard is looking rather forlorn, for who would want to sit here?
Despite its name, this park is actually a former graveyard and site of a famous church that gave its name to the entire area of Whitechapel.
Ebury Square takes its name from Ebury Farm, which used to be where Victoria Coach Station is today.
This is a a pocket park that you can't visit - yet. You will be able to soon though as it's about to be restored and opened to the public.
This is a very well hidden little pocket park that can only be found if you're minded to slip through an alley to discover this former church graveyard.
This is a recently totally rebuilt garden, replacing a classic old enclosed garden with a modern open style, and gaining an underground car park in the process.
A less appealing garden is difficult to imagine, and if there wasn't a sign announcing that this patch of paving was actually a garden, I'd have never expected it to be one.
One Coleman Street Gardens is a small public space in the City of London creating a contemporary space as a relief from the hard surrounding streets.
This pocket park covers the remains of St Mary Aldermanbury, a church that was destroyed during WW2, and rebuilt -- in the USA.