“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.
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Wet and Dry Land Walk – for the London Festival of Architecture
Walbrook Walk – for SAVE Britain’s Heritage
Neckinger Walk – for London National Park City Week
London Bridge railway walk – for the London Festival of Architecture
Camden Town lost rivers – with the Museum of Walking
The Royal Geographical Society’s ‘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.
Discovering Britain also includes my account of the view from Horsleydown Stairs, under Tower Bridge.
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