Category Archives: London’s Dead

Newgate to Tyburn

This post has been a long while in coming due to me not being able to get the photos to work. I actually did this walk during Febuary half term. Anyway Newgate Prison stood on the site of what is … Continue reading

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Fleet Street

Two London’s Dead posts in one day, I know. Well I have been sitting on this one for a while, but as it fits so well with red and black week I thought I’d share it now. Fleet Street is … Continue reading

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Primrose hill

Right time for another London’s Dead post. Primrose Hill in Camden, opposite Regent’s park is one of the highest points in London. It was also somewhere I wanted to visit as a child as it played a key role in … Continue reading

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Saint Anne’s Court and Broadwick Street – Soho

Today as Gothicat had invited me and Skippy out for the last drink of the year in the Revolution bar, Soho we decided to see if there were any interesting places in the book to do our first visit. First … Continue reading

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London’s Dead — Ed Glinert

Once again my blog has been wiped and I have to start again, this time though I am going to try something slightly different. Insipired by the film Julie and Julia, (great film now want to read the book), about … Continue reading

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