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Bradley Garrett describes himself as a ‘professional trespasser’ who has been exploring many hidden places and spaces ‘where we are not supposed to be’. These include climbing The Shard while it was under construction, breaking into the Maze prison and numerous abandoned underground bunkers and tube stations. When he agreed to a Talking Walking interview, Rethining Cities' Andrew Stuck wondered whether he would be blindfolded, bundled in a car and taken to a remote destination.
It wasn’t quite like that, although they did travel by car to the outer edges of Southampton, and then walked amongst motorways to reach a country route that took them to the River Test, in full flood.
Whether you judge Brad as a hero or a villain, there’s no way of escaping his infectious enthusiasm for going into places that you might think twice about visiting.
Like what you hear and want to read more, then check out Brad Garrett's book Explore Everything: http://www.versobooks.com/authors/1820-bradley-l-garrett
Date added: 9 July 2015
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