Monday, 5 May 2014

Rediscovering London via the Thames foreshore

A stones throw from some of the most famous tourist attractions in the world.. is a live archaeological site

"At low tide, the Thames foreshore is a slimy bazaar of London history. Objects cast into the Thames have a habit of sticking around, sometimes for centuries. Pay attention, and you can read the story of the city in the shingle and jetsam."
from Secrets Of The Thames Foreshore

While clearing out my phone I found these also from a hike from North London to Carnary Warf along Grand Union Canal

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