!!> PDF / Epub ☆ London's Hidden Rivers: A walker's guide to the subterranean waterways of London ✪ Author David Fathers – Tactical-player.co.uk

London Has Many Rivers, But They Are Often Hidden Under Centuries Of Development Rivers Like The Walbrook, The Fleet Or The Westbourne Have Left Their Mark On The City, And Still Form An Important Part Of Our Subterranean World David Fathers Traces The Course Of Twelve Hidden Rivers In A Series Of Detailed Guided Walks, Illustrating The Traces They Have Left And Showing The Ways They Have Shaped The City Each Walk Starts At The Tube Or Rail Station Nearest To The Source Of The River, And Then Follows It Down To The Thames Through Parkland, Suburbia, Historic Neighbourhoods And The Vestiges Of Our Industrial Past Along The Way There Are Encounters With Such Extraordinary Londoners As William Blake, Judy Garland, Paul Robeson, Terence Donovan, Bradley Wiggins, Nelson, Lenin, Freud, And The Great Victorian Engineer Joseph BazalgetteHidden Rivers Of London Contains Over Km Of Walks, Both North And South Of The Thames Winding Through The Hills, Valleys And Marshes That Underlie The City, Every Page Is A Revelation London's Hidden Rivers: A walker's guide to the subterranean waterways of London


About the Author: David Fathers

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8 thoughts on “London's Hidden Rivers: A walker's guide to the subterranean waterways of London

  1. says:

    I was looking for a book about London s lost rivers Ideally something with satellite images, photographs and OS Maps I couldn t find anything so decided on this book but was not expecting muchHow wrong I was What a great little book, that the author should be very proud of.The illustrations are superb and clear, they actually work much better than photographs w


  2. says:

    Given as a present to someone who has others in the collection He loved it.


  3. says:

    nice colourful book


  4. says:

    as promised


  5. says:

    A beautifully written and stunningly illustrated walking guide to a dozen of the capital s hidden rivers The vivid descriptions and historical material bring secretive areas of the city to life, and its pocket size is a perfect reference book while exploring the various trails and landmarks This is the third of David Fathers books on the paths and canals of London and is a


  6. says:

    A simple straightforward and easy to understand guide, with much to fascinate both visitors to London and local residents I ve learned a lot from reading this guide and I can t wait to explore some of the routes of the hidden rivers in this guide


  7. says:

    Great read


  8. says:

    Light of touch yet very insightful and BEAUTIFULLY illustrated Recommended for your own use or gift giving.


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