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|Spanning almost 150 years, the images in this evocative history include many previously unpublished photographs as well as the work of some of the pioneers and leading exponents of topographical and architectural photography.|
|But the Thames is liquid history. John Burns MP, 19431 Oxford owes not only its |
name but also its very existence to its waterways. It is by the banks ofthe river
Thames atFolly Bridge, where the original ford may havebeen, that one of the
|term attributed to John Burns, proud Londoner and citizen of the Thames. ... |
Member of Parliament for Battersea (1892–1918) and Liberal Party cabinet
minister busied himself studying London's history. ... But the Thames is liquid
|ThatwasexactlywhatIthought whenI read the following by the British politician, |
John Burns: 'The Thames is liquid history.'
Ihadalreadyrealisedthisfactwhilewriting previous books about KentandEssex,
twoofthecountiesthatborderthe river as it ...
|Jerome K.Jerome The River Thames is liquid history, from its source in the |
Cotswolds near Cirencester all the way down its 135-mile course through
London to the North Sea. You pass great houses like Buscot Park and Cliveden,
inhabited by ...
|The river winds through England's history, art, literature, even music, as surely as |
it winds through the English countryside. The Thames is within us,' T.S. Eliot said.
It is 'liquid history', John Burns once famously remarked. The Thames is no ...
|Byhis machinations Jabez Balfour had deprived posterity of thelegacy ofa |
valuable partofthe heritage ofthe River Thames, 'the liquid history'. Nothing
tangible isleftat thewaterside at Burcotto showthe wharf which forcenturies wasso
|Today, midstream at Blackfriars Bridge, the Thames is about four metres deep at |
low tide; at flood tide she's eleven metres deep. Two millennia ago it was a ... The
Thames is liquid history The Odyssey — that was some trip. It took Ulysses ten ...
|Croacl, Stephen, Liquid History (London, 2003) Cunliffe, Barry and Miles, David (|
eds), Aspects of the Iron Age in Central Southern Britain (Oxford, 1984) Cuss,
H. W. J., The Valley of the Upper Thames (London, I998) Daniell, A. E., Londonit