London History Books
Delve into the fascinating history our captial city has to offer with these popular London history books. From the Great Fire to the Great Exhibition, read about fascinating landmarks, events and people who helped to shape one of the world's most enthralling cities.
Delving into 2000 years of London's history, "London" by Jeremy Black is a beautifully illustrated compendium with photographs, maps and paintings. From Anglo-Saxon rule to a concluding chapter named "Into The Future" this is a fascinating read for those keen to learn more about this metropolitan city.
LONDON: THE ILLUSTRATED
Authors Cathy Ross and John Clark run the ancient and modern sections at the Museum Of London. Together with maps old and new, fascinating artefacts and reconstructions of ancient buildings, their popular book shines the spotlight on London's constantly evolving story.
LONDON UNDERGROUND MAPS
Covering the period of 1900 to the present day, Claire Dobbin's book shares the chronological account of the mapping of London's underground. Enjoy a brilliant blend of art, social and transport history which draws on the fascinating collections at the London Transport Museum.