“The two hours of the walk passed remarkably quickly, sped by Tom Bolton’s encyclopaedic knowledge of the borough.” SAVE Britain’s Heritage newsletter, Jan 2018
I lead walks tracing London’s lost rivers and vanished neighbourhoods. Do contact me if you would like to arrange a walk.
Coming up in 2018… see below or join my mailing list.
Walbrook Walk for SAVE Britain’s Heritage
10am – 12pm, Saturday 4 August
£12 for SAVE members, £15 for everyone else.
Walking the route of the buried Walbrook, the City of London’s lost jugular.
Neckinger Walk for London National Park City Week
6.15 – 8.30pm, Wednesday 25 July 2018
Start – Bernie Spain Gardens, Coin Street Wharf, South Bank
We will be tracing the semi-mythical Neckinger from the marshes of Lambeth to the gardens of Bermondsey.
A London Bridge railway walk for the London Festival of Architecture
Camden Town lost rivers – with the Museum of Walking
The Royal Geographical Society Discovering Britain site has two of my walks in online versions:
St.Pancras Trail goes behind the sheen of redeveloped King’s Cross to located Old St. Pancras and some of the least visited places in central London.
Revealing the Westbourne – with Museum of Walking
Revealing the Walbrook – with the Museum of Walking
Ratcliff and Limehouse Lost – with the Museum of Walking
Horselydown Lost – with the Museum of Walking
The Lost Tyburn – with the Museum of Walking
Old St. Pancras – Discovering Britain
Forgotten Camden – Camden People’s Theatre
Lost Aldwych – Museum of Walking
Norton Folgate Lost – Museum of Walking
Old St. Pancras – Museum of Walking
The Lost Fleet – Totally Thames
The Lost Tyburn – Totally Thames
Walk the River Fleet – Cities Methodologies, UCL Urban Lab
River Peck & River Tyburn, Totally Thames
Walks along the Rivers Fleet, Neckinger, Tyburn, Walbrook
Rivers Effra, Neckinger and Walbrook – Mayor’s Thames Festival
River Tyburn walk for Kerry Andrew’s Lost River Songs, Handel House Museum
Revealing the River Neckinger – Talking Walking
City of London Rivers Walk – Whitechapel Gallery
Lost Rivers of Hampstead, Camden Players
Release the Walbrook, Rethinking Cities
The Lost River Fleet, Atlas Obscura