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Bandstand in the sky

December 15, 2015

Now a fashionable, due in part to its proximity to the City the Boundary Estate was anything but for most of its existence

Pubs: A glass divide

November 29, 2015

With public houses closing on a weekly basis, the recent fire above The Old Cheshire Cheese in Fleet Street, the earliest example of a 17th century interior, was of some concern.

A View from the Bridge

November 8, 2015

Now with the Millennium Bridge devoid of wobbles and used by thousands every day another bridge is on the cusp of being constructed.

One in Sixty

October 28, 2015

For every sixty inhabitants who live in the capital one now drives a taxi for a living

Time Gentlemen, Please!

October 13, 2015

This hostelry tucked down a smart quiet street in Belgravia has, over time, lost more of its punters to Her Majesty’s pleasure than your average boozer

A Festival of Plague

September 2, 2015

This year marks the 350th anniversary of the last great plague to arrive in London.

London urban myths

August 23, 2015

It is said that if an individual finds all seven noses they also attain infinite wealth.

The ultimate blue plaque

August 22, 2015

The most important blue plaque at 16 Eaton Place, Belgravia commemorates a gentleman unknown to most.

A load of old bollards

July 26, 2015

London’s bollards are French cannons from captured ships taken at Trafalgar.

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