the Romans to the Railways
Romans founded Londinium and the coming of the railways confirmed
London as the centre of a world empire. Treats on this walk include the
Roman wall - 2,000 years old and still standing, the church where early
bird commuters from Liverpool Street sheltered in the 19th century, and
the bowling green in the middle of the City of London. Join me and
we’ll explore highlights of London’s history spanning 2,000 years in
at: St Paul’s Underground station Exit 2 (near Café
Nero) (walk available on request). Walk leaves at 2.00 sharp.
book a place on this walk by emailing Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ends at: Liverpool
approximately 90 minutes.