Under the Bridge in Southwark Street at the junction of Redcross Way is a new coloured light matrix. It changes colours from multi colour to all red to all turquoise. Does anyone know what the mechanism that causes it to change, or is just a boring ol' electric timer.
We have the light tower at Tabard that changes colour due to barometric pressure, and there used to be a fluorescent light artwork that changed colour due to the wind speed.
I'm hoping the Southwark Street one is just as elaborate.
Whaterver controls it, I think it is a very striking piece of work, pleasing to the eye.
What a pity. After running for 2 years, I notice it has developed a fault, and 24 of its coloured lights are out of order.
Who wants to wager a bet it has gone faulty one day after it's 2 year guarantee period.
I wonder who to report it to, to get it repaired?