Bethnal Green Road, London, E2. Photo ©RogerDean 2014
Toilers In London; Or, Inquiries Concerning Female Labour In The Metropolis – The “British Weekly” Commissioners, 1889: 406 more words
Many thanks to Eric Pemberton who bought to my attention, two remarkable films about the launch of the HMS Albion in Blackwall in 1898.
This launch was made famous by the tragedy that occurred after the launch when over 30 people lost their lifes when a bridge collapsed. 664 more words
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1. Photo ©RogerDean 2014
Mogg’s New Picture of London and Visitor’s Guide to it Sights – 1844:
Woolwich.-Previous to entering on a description of Woolwich [...] it may be as well to premise, that parties intending a visit to that immense military depôt should go prepared to pass some hours there, the magnitude of the establishments, and multifarious objects of absorbing interest with which it abounds, requiring at least a summer’s day: an opinion in which the reader will probably coincide, when informed, that each of the three great establishments here occupies a space of many acres, and that the distance between them is considerable. 120 more words
As of June 23rd, every companion for DA:I has been officially named, and many NPCs have been announced and/or identified as well. Here I provide all the links to the discussions of the personality, roles, and, of course, the possibility for romance of each of these characters. 54 more words