I covered the CityMetric desk for a couple of weeks in early November, writing about ersatz tube maps, the lost London ‘Eiffel Tower’, pointless plans to restore the Euston Arch and the centuries-long impact of St Paul’s Cathedral on the development of London, among other things.
An argument that, if we want to stop property developers ruining London, history tells us that we need to get drunk and appoint a fake Mayor.
I delved into the history and the rules of Blue Plaques for CityMetric: read this if you want to ensure you get one of your own.
Is it possible to make railway station platform numbers interesting? I attempted it.
Exploring the history of British royalty via boozers.
Not a joke, despite the date.