SALON 63 BOOK CLUB - LONDON SEWERS
In collaboration with the Westminster Reference Library we will be posting a monthly Book Club reading list.
These books will be available for loan if you you have a Westminster Library Card. If not bring some ID and join tonight.
Author Title (publisher) shelf mark
Nicholas Barton The Lost Rivers of London (London: Historical Publications, 1992 & 2016) WRF 942.11
Antony Clayton Subterranean City: Beneath the Streets of London (London: Historical Publications, 2000 & 2010) WRF 942.11
James Stevens Curl Victorian Architecture: Its Practical Aspects (Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1973) WRF A724.424 Art Stack
Paul Dobrasxczyk Into the Belly of the Beast: Exploring London’s Victorian Sewers (Reading: Spire Books, 2009) WRF F725.4
Terry Farrell Shaping London: The Patterns and Forms that make the Metropolis (Chichester: Wiley, 2010) WRF 711.409426
Steven Halliday The Great Stink of London: Sir Joseph Bazalgette and the Cleansing of the Victorian Metropolis (Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 2001) various branches inc CHX, not in WRF
Stephen Smith Underground London: Travels Beneath the City Streets (London: Little, Brown, 2004) WRF 942.11
Richard Trench & Ellis Hillman London Under London (London: Murray, 1993) WRF 942.11
William Feaver The Art of John Martin (Oxford; Clarendon, 1975) WRF 752.09 and other books about JM. He had ambitious plans to reform London’s sewerage system.
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