One of the architectural landmarks of South London is a wide ziggurat block of flats -- Dawson Heights.
Opposite a gothic looking church is a gothic looking house -- made from concrete.
A train station near a famous art gallery has gained its own art display, courtesy of the local school.
There's a wooded pathway that is not called Lovers Walk, but that's what everyone other than the original planner now calls it.
The 21st Dulwich Festival returns next weekend, with the usual "local-festival" mix of history, music and a fete.
Over the Easter weekend a delayed plan to replace an old railway bridge swung into action as a road in North Dulwich was sealed off and handed over to an army of hard hat wearing builders and massive machines.
There is in East Dulwich a large supermarket. The approach through a council estate, skirting a wood, and then through a small grassy area. Yet, that little wood next to it happens to make for a much more pleasant way to secure egress to the store, and is curiously little used.
On the 7th December 1992, a Victorian gothic church on top of a hill in Dulwich burnt down, following an arson attack.
On a side street in picturesque Dulwich village can be found a small memory of a dark past that haunts the memory of the place.
There stands atop a hill in London a pole, a bright red pole. The pole is new, but recalls an old pole that stood here in the past. So memorable was the pole that it gave its name to the local road, but probably after the pole vanished.
Dotted around London largely up to Victorian times, were a number of toll gates which charged people to use the road -- but one still exists, still charging people to drive up the road.