CityGuides, the City of London Tour Guide organisation, is running free 1-hour tours for the over-50s to celebrate ‘Silver Sunday’
Tales of disaster, shootings and musical comedy – an everyday story of a London corner.
Never mind your local supermarket petrol station, London has some architectural gems created in the service of the internal combustion engine.
Who was responsible for the destruction of what was, in 1900, the third busiest rail terminus in London? I name names and point fingers.
Everything you need to know about a real Lord Mayor of London who, for some reason, is the main character in a traditional pantomime
An endless fascination with street names and their evolution has seen me reach again for my copy of Eilert Ekwall’s authoritative tome.
I take a look at this once-common sight on London’s streets, now endangered and particularly vulnerable in the Covid era
Try spotting the eccentricity – more difficult than you might expect – as I outline the history of the Eccentric Club. It’s a story of thespians, beaver hats, philanthropy, Mr. Fulham and the owners of Chelsea FC’s ground.
Why a stone depiction of camels in Eastcheap has me dreaming of twiglets