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Photos taken throughout Portadown
Portadown is increasingly becoming a town known for its street art. At a time when traditional politics is becoming of less relevance to many, some of the young people in town have found a new way to express themselves. Over the last few years the type of graffiti art seen in various cities throughout the world has bagan to manifest itself in several areas of the town, often replacing more sinister scribbling and threatening messages. I personally find this recent phenomenom fascinating . Most of the art has brightened up derelict buildings and can brighten up some places when done stylishly and efficiently. I will add some commentary when i work out what to say. All of the pictures on this page link to a bigger picture. Just click on any picture to see the larger image (640 x 480), and hit back on your browser to return to this page. Most of the following areas are within a few miles of each other.

Photo One
Railway line
Featuring my good friend Francie
Photo One
Rea
Much of the local street art scene features the work of REA and the TFE crew.
Photo One
Rea
This was located beside the River bann, near the rear of derelict Water Street.
Photo One
Dris
Part of a writers jam at the River bann.
Photo One
Age
Same jam session.
Photo One
Wynk
None of these pieces remain.
Photo One
Sith
These were buffed a few years ago, to be replaced by sectarian slogans, which thankfully have been painted out.
Photo One
Sith
This was in the abandoned Wades factory in Portadown.
Photo One
Wildstyle
Wades again. No idea who the writer is, sorry.
Photo One
Not sure
Wades again. If u can ID these drop me a line.
Photo One
No idea
Wades again. Its all bricked up now.
Photo One
Dont know
Inside Wades.
Photo One
Dark Side
Can't read the big bit, doh.
Photo One
Rea
Strikes again on the Belfast - Dublin line.
Photo One
And again
Portadown's once most prolific, writer makes his mark.
Photo One
Yogo
Yogo blocks out the nazi nonsense. Well done.
Photo One
Peter
Peter hits Wades.
Photo One
Dyk?
Graffiti jam at Wades.
Photo One
Rea
Tandragee Road.
Photo One
Portadown
Explosion of colour at the trackside.