Latest news articles about London’s long history.
The origins of graves and burials being six feet under
300th anniversary of Covent Garden’s notorious brothel coffee house
Why the Old Bailey is called the Old Bailey
British Rail’s short experiment with travelling pubs
Archeologists discover pottery from London’s earliest farmers
The demolished Bryant & May Testimonial fountain
Railway landslip uncovers 14th century Christian shrine
Help the National Archives uncover WW1 ships crew logs
Novo Beth Chaim – the Jewish cemetery inside a university
The tradition of the celebratory Ox Roast
Camels in the City of London
How the London Underground tried to extend the Bakerloo line to Dartford
See Sir Pindar’s Home in the V&A Museum
It’s the 200th anniversary of Mornington Crescent
Is HP Sauce really named after the Houses of Parliament?
Unique piece of buried treasure goes on display at the V&A
The memorial stone outside George Lansbury House
London Bridge station archeology on show
Today’s the 50th anniversary of the Highgate Vampire
Tickets Alert: Open days at the Trasport Museum’s overflow depot
Thames Water archive photos now available online
Restoration of the Crystal Palace subway moves forward
Campaign to save a Victorian community hall
Charles Dickens Museum acquires 25 previously unpublished letters
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