This is the 1.17 to nirvana: how a Yorkshire commute became a work of art | Music | The Guardian

A short while after leaving Hessle station, my daughter hands me a drawing. She’s been sketching the vast 2,200-metre-long Humber bridge, which we’ve just this minute passed under. What, I ask, are those tiny figures? The people who’ve jumped, she explains.

Source: This is the 1.17 to nirvana: how a Yorkshire commute became a work of art | Music | The Guardian
blog comments powered by Disqus