OK, the London River Park has been dead for some considerable time, but some point over the past few days, the website joined its architectural vision and has finally given up trying to promote the project.
While we are told that the written word should in of itself fire up the imagination, children’s books still tend to come with some sort of illustration in them to assist the young reader — and many of those illustrations go onto become classics in their own right.
In the mid 1980s, a film director decided to make an East-End gangster movie, and set it in the then developing docklands area. It’s also dire — and yet, worth watching as it has finally been released on DVD more than 20 years after its fairly badly receive début on Channel 4.
Just a bit of random weirdness that you sometimes notice when stuck on a platform for 20 minutes waiting for a delayed train.
Over the past few months, I have occasionally noticed a countdown clock at the top of the Olympic park website noting when the part reopens to the public.
It is almost impossible now to go to the West End in the evenings without seeing a white whale squeezing its way through the narrow streets.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the announcement that Buckingham Palace would open to the public during the summers.
An unusual auction is coming up next month with a change to acquire some rather unique — and based on the estimate prices — curiously cheap bits of London memorabilia.