A football ground in East London is a rare example of dereliction left to rest in peace.
The London Wanderer Posts
It’s no surprise just how much history there is to the city walls of London. What is surprising is just how much of the wall survives.
Why a wine merchant founded in 1698 may not think too highly of the short-lived republic
I thought it a good idea to explain the different railways there are in London, with tongue very firmly in cheek.
The Transport Museum in Covent Garden has a forgotten big brother that’s well worth a visit by us adults.
Why, after having millions of pounds lavished on it, a Victorian music hall derelict for half a century now looks … derelict.
It is clear that in the coming weeks visits to the cinema, theatre, museums and art galleries won’t be feasible. Time for alternative destinations to step up to the mark.
I am now the proud owner of a reader’s pass for the British Library, a truly extraordinary national institution. However, extraordinary national institutions, it seems, operate in very strange ways.