Gobbets of the week #4

Here are links to the top 10 gobbets of London history that caught our eye this week:

1. The Joshua Reynolds Twitter trail.

 

2. Queen Boudicca’s Fire found under the Walkie-Talkie skyscraper

3. With the arrival of “Gift Horse” to Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth, @Londonist took a look at the previous occupants.

 

4. As the campaign to #savenortonfolgate heats up, here’s “The Liberty of Norton Folgate“, live by Madness (video).

 

 

5. The London Bridge rush hour in 1904.

6. @peterwatts reviews three new books on London.

7. For Thames foreshore fans, reviews of an exhibition of art by Sophie Charalambous by @thegentleauthor and @kathleenmcil

8. An old map of the pubs of the Isle of Dogs.

9. Caroline of Brunswick’s life and death in Hammersmith.

10. Come under Jeremy Bentham’s Gaze at UCL.

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