Sunday 9th April
11am lasts about two hours
£10 (concessions £8)
Book by emailing Ken at email@example.com
you will be notified of meting 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 London’s first Gin Palace. Along the way we encounter the secret life of the Scala Cinema, the Light-house and Plum Pudding Steps. Through it all runs the now buried River Fleet. We see how a lost river has left it’s mark on the 21st century.