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Tim Lund


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Joined: Apr 2008
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13-03-2016 04:27 PM

Just had an email from Martin Spence, whose book on Penge history I highly recommend. He now has a blog, Penge Past

Martin Spence Wrote:
A few years ago I wrote a book about the history of Penge in south-east London.

It set out to do three things: to celebrate the quirky Victorian railway suburb where I happen to live; to reveal some of the historical processes that created the townscape of Penge as it is today; and to show how these processes only make sense as part of the development of London, the first great capitalist world-city.

This blog continues in that vein: starting from – but not limited to – Penge, it will poke about beneath the suburban familiarity of South London, root up historical stuff that takes my fancy, and maybe even have the odd bit of fun.


Here's the link

Also on Twitter - @pengeology

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