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The amazing history of the banks of the River Thames


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2000 years of history, from the mudbanks of the Thames to modernity, from bawdy houses to bear-baiting pits, from an ancient cathedral to a cathedral of modern art.

As you stroll along one of the most historic and beautiful parts of the Thames shoreline, we will also see eight iconic bridges, two world-famous theatres, an infamous prison, a palace, and a buzzing open-air market. All human life is here!

Part of Walk London's 'Spring into Summer' weekend of free guided walks.

Related website: www.walklondon.org.uk
When
  • 2pm (meet at exit 6 York Road)
  • FREE
Where

Waterloo Station
Waterloo Road, London, SE1
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