It’s official name is Gravelly Hill Interchange, but out-of-towners know it as the place they always take the wrong turn when trying to travel through the second city to basically anywhere. Brummies proudly call it Spaghetti Junction and are never likely to admit that it confuses them too. It floats atop a forest of concrete pillars due to the three canals and two railway lines that pass below. Taking a walk underneath reveals an interesting landscape, peaceful in its own way. A symbolic crossroads to contemplate your own trajectory, and whether you’re going in your intended direction.