London's Hidden Rivers

A walkers guide to the subterranean rivers of London.

A veritable king of London walks... Londonist

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London has many rivers, but they are often hidden under centuries of development. Rivers like the Walbrook, the Fleet or the Effra have left their mark on the city and still form an important part of our subterranean world.

David Fathers shows the courses of London’s Hidden Rivers in a series of detailed guided walks covering over 75 miles, illustrating the traces they have left and showing the ways they have shaped the capital.

This is the third in the series of guides to the waterways of London.

Written, designed and illustrated by David Fathers

Published by Frances Lincoln Publishers.

REVIEWS
Fathers has a mighty talent for combining London trivia with delightful illustrations… This book completes an aquatic trilogy that is so accomplished, we half expect to see a cover endorsement from Old Father Thames himself.
Matt Brown Londonist

The clear and attractive maps, and consistency and attractiveness of presentation make this a lovely book just to idly read through, or alternatively it is an ideal guide book to walk the routes yourself. It is clear that the author has considerable passion for the subject, and has created a work of the highest possible quality, design and accuracy.
Oliver O'Brien Mapping London

In all, 12 rivers are profiled in this sumptuous paperback.
Sarah Henshaw Waterways World

 

 

London's Hidden Rivers

London's Hidden Rivers

London's Hidden Rivers

London's Hidden Rivers

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