£10 – £12

ROOKERIES, RAILWAYS & RADICALS – Architecture Down The Fleet River (041117)

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Departs in front of Kings Cross Station

Euston Road

London

N1 9AL

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Weaving a route from Highgate to the Thames, The River Fleet is one of London’s most celebrated yet notorious water courses. Long buried in a network of sewers and pipes, the Fleet has been both life source and life taker carving out a landscape of urban hills, ditches, slums and warehouses that in the 19th century became the epicentre for commercial speculators, railway pioneers, reformers and the revolutionary political agitators of the 19th and early 20th century city. From hidden viaducts and railway monuments to model dwellings, Grecian villas and constructivism, this walk treads the quaggy banks and oozy wells of the Fleet Valley to chart the architecture and buildings of London’s most radical of arteries.

DEPARTS – Outside Kings Cross mainline station in square.
Please note this walk features numerous steep hills and steps.

A walk by The London Ambler - Mike Althorpe.

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Departs in front of Kings Cross Station

Euston Road

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N1 9AL

United Kingdom

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