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The Lost Rivers of London: A Study of Their Effects Upon London and Londoners, and the Effects of London and Londoners on Them (Hardcover)
by Nicholas Barton

# Hardcover: 168 pages
# Publisher: Historical Publications Ltd (7 Dec 1992)
# Language English
# ISBN: 094866715X

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A fantastically-researched account of the buried tributaries of the Thames. Comes with old illustrations, photos and a beautiful pull-out sketch map of the routes of some of these lost streams. Guaranteed to get you out and about in London.
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