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Kings Cross

Saturday 14th July
11am lasts about two hours
£10 (concessions £8)
Book by emailing Ken at oldmapguy@gmail.com
you will be notified of meeting place on booking
Latest bookings 9am morning of the tour

Walk with old maps exploring the district re-named in the 1830’s after a short-lived statue as an early form of regeneration. As well as arguably the finest railway station in London there are Former horse-bus stables, a Victorian horse-cab factory and one of London’s first Gin Palaces. Along the way we encounter the secret life of the Scala Cinema, Plum Pudding Steps and the smallest crescent in the country. Through it all runs the now buried River Fleet. We see how a lost river has left it’s mark on the 21st century


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