The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Film noir fans might have enjoyed these Brixton scenes early this morning, with mist swirling atmospherically  around the deserted streets.

Here’s a selection of photos taken in the wee small hours of the morning.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Only one car can be seen in the distance on Brixton Road.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Traffic lights switch on and off, but there’s no traffic to be seen in this view of Brixton Road, looking towards Oval.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

A lone pedestrian walks along Brixton Station Road.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Coldharbour Lane, looking towards the town centre.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

The old Brady’s pub and railway viaduct.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

View showing the recently restored clock tower. Sadly, the pub has been lost forever.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Looking east along Coldharbour Lane, by Atlantic Road.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Looking back into Brixton, with the Dogstar to the left.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

A dark scene on Coldharbour Lane.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Valentia Place.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

The Barrier Block in the fog.

The deserted, foggy streets of Brixton 2.30am, Thursday morning

Gresham Road, 2.40am.

*All photos taken on the Ricoh GR compact camera.