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Julian Woodford, a London historian. Author of 'The Boss of Bethnal Green - , the Godfather of Regency London' (link to shop below).
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SquareMilePlod Oct 21
Top of the pile of books to read while rages, the story of by . Very much looking forward to this!
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HistoryLondon Oct 21
'An absorbing story of crime, power & corruption in 18th century London.' Another 5* review for the !
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Patrick O'Connell 7h
'Here a tower shinning bright Once stood gleaming in the night.' White City Stadium London 1950 where thousands went to see the dogs inc Pat
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Alexandra Epps Oct 19
My favourite angels in have to be by in
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HistoryLondon 22h
Ah. Is this the inspiration for Jack Aubrey's chelengk in Patrick O'Brian's 'The Ionian Mission'?
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Look Up London 23h
Boy & goose on the former Midland Bank HQ (now ) by William Reid Dick, remembers the historic poultry market here
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Peter McCandless Oct 20
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So-Shan Au 22h
Mighty oaks from little acorns grow! The caps are so cute! Trying my hand at sprouting these into my own #…
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Replying to @soshanau
Ooh. I've always wanted to do this. The oak is a magical thing. Keep us posted on how it goes!
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Rebecca Rideal Oct 21
The Gunpowder Plot’s influence on Britain goes far beyond BBC TV series or fireworks - me for
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HistoryLondon 23h
Thankyou!
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HistoryLondon Oct 21
Thanks for that!
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HistoryLondon Oct 21
'An absorbing story of crime, power & corruption in 18th century London.' Another 5* review for the !
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Mike Spookbery 💀🍷 Oct 20
Whenever I visit @StPaulsCathedral, I'm taken aback by how peaceful & restful the churchyard is. This belies its history... <THREAD>
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St Paul's Cathedral Oct 20
If you really want to geek out on the fine detail of how Wren built St Paul’s, this is for you.
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St Paul's Cathedral Oct 21
"England expects that every man will do his duty" 1805, Admiral Lord Nelson died in victory at Trafalgar.
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St Paul's Cathedral Oct 20
Reader, if you seek his monument, look around you. </thread>
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St Paul's Cathedral Oct 20
Bam!! Nailed it.
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St Paul's Cathedral Oct 20
Not a bad career, all in all, but how about something to add that cherry to the top of the already wonderful cake???
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St Paul's Cathedral Oct 20
And a little way west up the Thames, somewhere for retired soldiers too.
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