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Pinner Park FarmPinner Park Farm
21 June 2013
One of the last of the major Middlesex farms.
Hornsey Lane BridgeHornsey Lane Bridge
20 June 2013
Not the best idea for a bracing walk when depressed.
EnfieldEnfield
19 June 2013
Home of the world's first ever ATM.
CannonsCannons
17 June 2013
Cannons was a stately home in Little Stanmore built for James Brydges, 1st Duke of Chandos, between 1713 and 1724 at a cost of £200,000 but which in 1747 was razed and its contents dispersed.
Ruislip LidoRuislip Lido
16 June 2013
Just after the Second World War, Ruislip Lido, with its artificial beach, became a playground for north west London.
BermondseyBermondsey
15 June 2013
What's in a name?
Roe GreenRoe Green
14 June 2013
Roe Green was an original garden village.
Bond StreetBond Street
13 June 2013
Where the rich go shopping
HarmondsworthHarmondsworth
12 June 2013
Harmondsworth is a village to the north of today's Heathrow Airport.
Jacksons LaneJacksons Lane
11 June 2013
Jacksons Lane is a theatre, a centre for participation, and a space for new circus theatre companies and artists to create and perform.
LambethLambeth
10 June 2013
The Lamb in Lambeth really means just that. Bah!
Wyldes FarmWyldes Farm
9 June 2013
Wyldes Farm - where Dickens stayed and Hampstead Garden Suburb was realised.
Holloway RoadHolloway Road
7 June 2013
Holloway Road - where London Underground's first and last spiral escalator met its maker...
PoplarPoplar
5 June 2013
Poplar - site of the first air raids
Hendon HouseHendon House
4 June 2013
Hendon House was a gabled building built probably in the 16th century.
Gloucester RoadGloucester Road
2 June 2013
Gloucester Road: Where Rumpole of the Bailey hung his hat.
Apsley HouseApsley House
1 June 2013
There is a rumour that the 1st Duke of Wellington insisted his post to his home, Apsley House, be addressed as Number One, London. It however was not due only to ego.
London (1926)London (1926)
31 May 2013
In 1926 Claude Friese-Greene shot some of the first-ever colour film footage around London, capturing everyday life in the city with a technique innovated by his father, called Biocolour.
Chalk FarmChalk Farm
30 May 2013
Chalk Farm was originally a farmhouse and later a tavern set in fields. But Chalk Farm has nothing to do with chalk at all.
Elephant and CastleElephant and Castle
29 May 2013
Elephant and Castle is one of five London tube stations named after a pub.
All Hallows-by-the-TowerAll Hallows-by-the-Tower
28 May 2013
All Hallows-by-the-Tower is the oldest church in London with a story involving Samuel Pepys, royalty and the foundation of Pennsylvania.
Aldgate EastAldgate East
26 May 2013
In a land east of Aldgate, lies the land of Aldgate East...
AldgateAldgate
25 May 2013
Aldgate was a gateway through London Wall from the City of London to Whitechapel and the East End.
DulwichDulwich
23 May 2013
Dulwich - home of the first compiler of the London A-Z, Phyllis Pearsall.
VictoriaVictoria
22 May 2013
The railways largely replaced the canals as a means of transport. Uniquely for a main line station, Victoria station was built on top of one.
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