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Hyde Park: London’s Glorious Green Lung

London is known for its elegant green spaces such as Regent’s Park, St. James’ Park and Kensington Gardens, but none is as impressive as the sprawling Hyde Park, which extends more than 300 acres from Bayswater Road in the north to Knightsbridge in the south. This royal park features an artificial body of water known as the Serpentine Lake, the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, and Speakers’ Corner.

On a sunny day in London,

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London Ghost Hunting

London for Ghost Hunters: Five Haunted Locations

The city of London is steeped in history, so it’s no surprise that there are tales of spooky spectres appearing – and disappearing – in locations throughout the capital. Here are details of just five supposedly haunted places that you can visit on a ghost hunting expedition in London – if you’re feeling brave enough!

  1. The Tower of London

This historic royal palace and former prison is reputed to be one of London’s most haunted locations.

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A Guide to London

A Visitor’s Guide to London

London is the iconic capital city of the United Kingdom. It is a vibrant and lively destination, filled with beautiful architecture, steeped in history, and has plenty to offer visitors and tourists. Originally founded by the Romans, London has grown to a sprawling metropolis that is home to a diverse population. It is famous for its culture, art, music and drama, and regularly hosts international events. It’s a fantastic place to visit,

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  • Wendy Linge on The History of Beckton Gas WorksThe History of the Gas Light & Coke Company, 1812 to 1949 By Stirling Everard gives an excellent insight into the Gas Works. My father was an apprentice fitter and
  • Paul Short on History of Canning Town East LondonGood morning Charlie, Just a stab in the dark, but was your mum edie who lived at number 36 next to us in 38. I was only young but I
  • Richard Doxford on London’s East End and The BlitzThere was a pub called The Last One Standing near limehouse and I saw a picture in I believe the Grapes late eighties and want to return there but can't
  • Paul Cannon on The History of Beckton Gas WorksHas anyone got any photos of Beckton gasworks and the marshes nearby? I would love to see them as I have a fascination with Beckton.
  • Irene on History of Canning Town East LondonMy name was Irene Bull , lived in Mary Street and then Silveryown Way, loved going to Rathbone market for the sarspirella and Murkoffs icecream. Love looking back to those
  • Charles W M Parker. on London Police Officers – Old Photos.Hello Chris, I come from a long line of London Met. Policemen my paternal great grandfather William Micheal Parker born in York in 1829. He served in “V” division from
  • Charlie Sage on History of Canning Town East LondonHi Alfie I will ring Ivy and get your number and give you a ring.
  • alfred brown on History of Canning Town East LondonBy the way Pat we lived the brown family next door to you at 441 Beckton Rd
  • alfred brown on History of Canning Town East LondonHello pat leach. I remember your family very well Pat Sylvia mick and mum dad, Do you remember who lived above you in Beckton road. Mr rattenberry. my sister dolly
  • Sue on London East End Street NamesMy grandmother lives at 52 park street in the page 1900's and went to gill street school
  • alfred brown on History of Canning Town East Londonreading about charley sage brought back lots of memmories his sister Doreen who sadly passed away as well as her mother edie and there was . Pauline.we were all related
  • Debbie westwood on The East End in the 1950sRemember them both well ... also in Hainault surgery
  • Debbie on The East End in the 1950sHe was also my doctor.and Dr ,depla. Also down in Hainaut where we moved from Burdett rd and they were there too.
  • Charlie Sage on History of Canning Town East LondonHi Pat I’m Charlie Doreen’s brother , sadly Doreen died some years ago. I remember you well and your sister Sylvia , we lived at 451 beckton road and my
  • Alison on Christ Church at Spitalfields HistoryDid you ever see the BBC TV programme about the clearing of the crypt? It would have been made at the time of the work being done. Fascinating!

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