The streets of London are inexhaustible in the tales they have to tell. Following the success of Steven Millar’s first two volumes, London’s Hidden Walks Vol.3 introduces twelve new walks that will surprise and entertain the intrepid explorer.
With this book in hand, readers can find the plaque to a Suffragette who was a master of Jui-Jitsu, see the site of London’s first railway murder and follow the bank of the Lea River to arrive amid the modernity of the Olympic Park. With fascinating stories, detailed maps, 400 full-colour photographs, cafés, pubs and places of interest, London’s Hidden Walks Vol. 3 brings London’s streets to life. The book can be enjoyed in its own right or in conjunction with the first two volumes, which are now established bestsellers.
About the author
Stephen Millar has already enjoyed considerable success with London’s City Churches, also published by Metro Publications. He now casts his net wider, walking London’s streets and discovering its history.