Transport
Lynette Denzey

Camden Tube Stations

If there is one thing I took away from my Camden Guiding Course, (actually there were lots of things, but I am thinking Transport-related here)

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Bloomsbury
Brian Turner

The New Road

A momentous new road In the 1750s a group of worthies in Georgian London were concerned about traffic congestion in the metropolis, and pressed for

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Somers Town
Paul Guest

Euston Station

Tried, Tested, Trailblazing Euston Station’s history is intriguing. It has been involved in controversies over issues ranging from its original location to its role as

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Kings Cross
Sylvia McNamara

St Pancras Railway Station

St Pancras station never ceases to amaze and inspire me, even in the doldrum 1970 years, and today it has risen, phoenix from the ashes,

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Picture of Tally-Ho Stage Coach passing Whittington College in Highgate
Transport
David Brown

Stage-Coaches

Before the bus and train Ever given thought to how people travelled before the age of the train or the bus? In the medieval period,

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Bloomsbury
Sylvia McNamara

The Squares of Bloomsbury

  How did the squares get developed? London’s squares are unique to England, as opposed to Europe: they serve a greening purpose in the city

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