This is my sister, Kate, eating ice cream (or is it yoghurt?) on a September day in 1982. This was a few years before I was born, but it's evocative of my own childhood memories of the Strand.
Sitting in St James’ park
In a sunspot quite and serene
My eyes behold a sight Read more »
The little Russian doll
was called Babushka
The name was evocative
of my feline pal Pushka
It was an austere autumn night Read more »
Sketch of the Adelphi Terrace and Hotel Cecil from Embankment Gardens
King's College London Archives (Ref: K/PH1/22 /1/18), view from Embankment Gardens of the Adelphi Terrace and Hotel Cecil in the environs of the College by Howard Penton.
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Poem titled ‘King’s College School, Strand Days’ from the King’s College Review, 1917, p.63
King's College London Archives (Ref: K/SER1/63), December 1917, King’s College Review, Vol. 19-20 No.2, anonymous poem titled ‘King’s College School, Strand Days’.
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Work is still going on, long after Bazalgette.