Monster Soup commonly called Thames Water

Home on the Thames, a journey through a changing riverscape. The walk culminates in Vauxhall, and this brief history of Brunswick House, a wonderful Georgian building marooned in traffic, is a good primer for how architecture, use and society shift and whirl around the fixed assets that are buildings, with disease, disorder and the desire to rationalise bringing up the rear. Related, unbuilt London, a collection of abandoned schemes, and the Sad Story of Battersea Power Station, a page which is due for an update.

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