To date, I’ve written and posted over 270 articles on this site.
Due to the nature of blogging software these posts get pushed further and further back as time progresses meaning it can be tricky to discover older content.
To overcome this problem I’ve developed a new contents page where links and brief descriptions of every single article can be found.
Please click here or on the link in the menu bar above to access…
The Dublin Castle, Camden- see Euston Station, Part 1
An old London cab… see London Taxis in 1960
The Battersea Peace Pagoda
God’s Own Junkyard… see The Man Who Made Soho Glow
Brydges Place… see Covent Garden’s Cramped Alley
Bill Sikes… see Fear & Loathing in Shad Thames
Artist, Francis Bacon drinking in The French House, Soho… see Disturbing Daubs: Francis Bacon’s London (image: The Guardian)
The Sweeney… Euston Films’ Greatest Hits
Tunnel on Abbey Street…see Secrets of the Viaducts, Part 2
The Tower of London in the 1600s… see The Gunpowder Plot
The Caning on Conduit Street… see Lord Camelford: Gentleman Thug, Part 1
St Alban’s Tower
Nelson’s Column… see Buffing Nelson’s Column
Ship’s figurehead… see Tobacco Dock: Wapping’s Ghostly Mall
Two mice eating cheese… see London’s smallest statue
Entrance to Lower Robert Street… see a Ghostly Tunnel in the Heart of London
Quintessential London film, The Long Good Friday… see a Tribute to Bob Hoskins
Mural of Vincent Van Gogh, Stockwell… see Van Gogh’s London
George Washington’s statue… see Trafalgar Square’s American Patch
Basing Hill, north London… see Suburban SOS: An Early Aviation Disaster
David Bowie Mural, Brixton… see
Jimi Hendrix posing on Montagu Place… see Jimi Hendrix’s London, Part 1
Tube poster advertising ‘2001 a Space Odyssey’, 1968… see A Monolith in St Katharine Docks
Victorian depiction of the Waterloo & City Line… see Waterloo Station Part 3
Today, the 9th March 2017, a new book focusing on London goes on sale- ‘For the Love of London‘, compiled by Conrad Gamble.
The book features many contributors including Stephen Fry, Dom Joly and the late Dame Zaha Hadid, all saying what makes this wonderful city great for them. I’m also very pleased to say that I make an appearance!