CHILD ROWLAND TO THE DARK TOWER CAME
This sinister object is a Victorian water tower in the back streets of Kennington. It is one of the few remains of The Lambeth Workhouse where children were “taught to read but not write” and where Charlie Chaplin spent part of his childhood. The childen would have seen it from a window in their dormitory.
It also appeared in the strange short film “The Black Tower’ where a tower seems to follow the narrator around London.
I think I know that feeling.