THE LONDON BLOG of STUFF
We don’t do Niche, this blog is for the the bric a brac browsers, intelligent mix of London art, history, mechanical things, buildings and Street furniture.
Gunnersbury Park in West London, with a Rothschild Mansion at his heart, has an incredible historical back story that stretches back almost 1,000 years. The Rothchild’s were the last of the private owners before the
London Legendary Transport
1919 Afghanistan was given its independence
1897 London Electric Cab Company
1899 electric taxis started to go into decline
The world of London RT & RF Buses Take a peek inside the world of vintage RT London Buses, entered service 80 years ago this
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Kate Bush, Singer, songwriter, performer, dancer & record producer
In the world of coffee there are two main types of coffee bean, Arabica and Robusta, these account for almost 98% of world coffee production.
Sir John Soane’s Museum
The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture
An Innovative time in Architectural time, postmodernism in Britain. Featuring works from Piers Gough, Jeremy Dixon, Terry Farrell,John Outram and James Stirling/ Michael Wilford. Features, Models drawings, replicas and fragments of actual buildings first showing of this exhibition.
Battle of Britain Sunday is a memorial day, held on the closet Sunday close to
51 Years since the American Apollo 11 Moon Landings 1969 – 2020 “That’s one
The Royal Exchange sits proudly in the financial heart of London, opposite the Bank of
London's Rich Heritage
In 1949 Big Ben rang slow first time in 90 yrs
William Shakespeare’s play ‘7 ages of man’ is the inspiration for this 22-foot high cast aluminium Sculpture, on Queen Victoria Street, Blackfriars by Artist Richard