Tag Archives: Waterloo

From Leake Street to Hounslow and Bethnal Green

Saturday, May 14th 2016 As we had no fixed plan for today, we could afford to follow up on whatever ideas came to mind as they occurred to us. The first idea was Waterloo and breakfast. Near Waterloo Station, in … Continue reading

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Art in Crisis in Bermondsey

Saturday, August 3rd 2013 In the days of the Anglo-Saxons, a man called Beornmund claimed a tract of land situated near a bend in the river Thames. This property became known as “Beornmund’s eg”, a word meaning land raised above … Continue reading

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The Graffiti Tunnel

Saturday, May 4th 2013 Today, we started by meeting a friend at Waterloo after which we went for a ramble that took us to Lambeth, then along the Thames to Westminster Bridge and finally to Covent Garden where we caught … Continue reading

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