Monthly Archives: March 2015

Chaucer Pilgrims Mural

Above: The panel showing characters from the ‘Canterbury Tales’. It is one of the panels from the long mural beside Old Kent Road. We don’t know the exact year that Geoffrey Chaucer wrote his famous work – the ‘Canterbury Tales’. It … Continue reading

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Metropolitan London (Year 4)

Above: Outline map of Inner London showing the areas being studied at the present time. Click on the map to bring up a larger version which you can download and print out on an A4 sheet of paper for reference. … Continue reading

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Lesnes Woods

Above: One of the many banks of wild daffodils to be seen at Lesnes Woods. This article is an opportunity to say that spring is showing plenty of signs of having arrived and that it is therefore time to go … Continue reading

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Dulwich Bus Shelter

Above: The smart hardwood seating at the bus stop beside one of the entrances to Dulwich Park.  The shelter is opposite the Dulwich Picture Gallery. For those who use buses, you are probably familiar with a bus stop. Some bus … Continue reading

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Kentish Drovers Tavern

The Old Kent Road is nothing much to look at. In fact, it has been like that for at least 200 hundred years, maybe more. Nevertheless, there are one or two ‘little gems’ (speaking in terms of history) that are … Continue reading

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Topping’s Wharf

Above: The old shot tower (on the far left of the picture) seen above the neighbouring buildings at the western end of Tooley Street. This is part of a very large print by the celebrated illustrator George Scharf (Elder) in … Continue reading

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White Hart Inn, Bishopsgate

Above: A view of the pub in 1999 with the cream-coloured facade, just north of St Botolph without Bishopsgate. To the right of the red ‘Colorama’ sign is the old entrance  to the yard of the inn. In 2014 I … Continue reading

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