Watford Gap - The First Motorway Service Station

Watford Gap is a light-hearted study of the diverse passing trade at the UK’s first motorway services. Shot over the course of a year, the work was captured on location at the northbound service station and part supported by the Arts Council of England. A book with the same name was self published under the guise of diesel books. The work is currently on display at the north bound Wartford Gap services.

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Sam Mellish
Freelance Photographer