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Breaking news for Nov 2019

After many years of procrastinating, I will be migrating the content of my Commuter Consultant blog over to a new WordPress hosted site.  I will also attempt to fill in the back-log of missing posts, for which I have never stopped collecting material and doing research for, but just never getting around to actually publishing them.

The new site is now available to view at blog.commuterconsultant.com, and the old one will remain running until I have migrated all my posts across, and then hopefully I can perform some DNS trickery to divert any remaining traffic to the new site.

Thanks for dropping by!

Latest Posts

Time and Tide: Plantation Lane

Plantation Lane in the City of London, as well as providing a convenient pedestrian passageway also hosts a playful permanent art installation known as Time and Tide by Simon Patterson, 2004.

Time and Tide: The list of Lists

The definitive list of the all the Lists features in the art installation Time and Tide on Plantation Lane, City of London.

Lost London: Dance's Square, Crescent and Circus

George Dance the Younger introduced Crescents and Circuses to London, as part of one of the earliest Georgian residential developments in the City of London.

Roman Wall Series

Part 7 - Cooper's Row

The remains of the city wall at Cooper's Row are the largest and best preserved in London, although often missed as it is located slightly off the beaten track.

Part 6 - Trinity Place

Probably the most well known remains of the city wall stands next to Tower Hill tube station. But there are still hidden bits if you know where to look.

1 comment :

  1. The London Roman Wall posts from 2013, 2014 have now been fully migrated to my new blog site over on blog.commuterconsultant.com. This series of posts examine the hidden or "obscured" remains of the Roman City Wall of the City of London or Londinium as it was known in Roman times.

    Use the following link to find them: Roman Wall Series.

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