There seems to be a memory issue these days.. and it’s not mine.. except short-term! For some reason when it comes to issues with the weather, everyone seems to forget what it was like just a few years ago when making comparisons with the recent cold snap. I appreciate that comparisons are sometimes notoriously difficult […]
Margate Caves are located at 1 Northdown Road not far from Trinity Square in Margate, the site of the old Holy Trinity Church that was bombed in 1943 and finally demolished in 1958 after laying semi-derelict, but not totally irreparable, for about 15 years. The history of this man-made cave, sometimes referred to as The […]
All text and images, copyright David Riddle, January 2000 (known changes by 2016 in italics) A lot of people put up with living in a large city purely to enjoy the convenience it offers even if, as residents, we probably rarely venture further than the local shops at the week-end and only hit the ‘smoke’ during […]
This article was first produced in 2001 for members of the Westcombe Society, Blackheath and the Greenwich Industrial History Society and linked on their original Web sites. In the course of 15 years, this area of East and South-East London has changed dramatically, so where there have been changes, the text has been edited to clarify the route […]
Written back in 2001, this is a, now historical, guided walk along the then newly opened Thames Path round the Greenwich Peninsula..