Peeking Inside London’s Cab Shelters

by Ciara Ainsley McLaren

If you are hungry and broke in central London, follow the black cabs. Eventually, they will lead you to a glossy green shed, roughly the size of a horse and carriage. Look for the takeaway window. Order tea for £1 and a sandwich for £3. Just don’t try to walk in. “It’s only cab drivers inside. We don’t serve anyone else in here,” said Sue Webster, the attendant of Grosvenor Gardens Shelter. “At the window, everybody. Father Christmas. Anyone. But not inside.”.

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