Lambeth Cyclists Architecture Ride 27 June 2015 London in Literature

Photo of remains of Marshalsea Prison on lambethcyclists.org.uk

We hope you can join us this Saturday, 27 June 2015, for our latest ride around the London cityscape. This time we will be looking at London locations referenced in literature.

We can all think of London locations referenced in authors such as Dickens but London features in many works of literature, This fascinating easy-going ride will look at how the development of London’s built environment has been reflected in English literature with a cycle around the buildings referred to by authors including Dickens (remains of Marshalsea Prison, right), Chaucer, Dorothy and William Wordsworth, Jonathan Swift, Neil Gaiman and John le Carré (fictional MI6 headquarters below).

Meet Saturday 27 June 2015 10:15am for 10:30 departure at Lambeth Bridge: outside the Garden Museum, Lambeth Palace Road, SE1 7LB 

We will finish at around 4pm and will stop for lunch along the route.
Enquiries in advance: 020 7326 1811. On the day: 07929 611510 or 07765 945530.
All welcome: no need to let us know in advance, just turn up with a roadworthy bike

Photo of 90 Charing Cross Road on lambethcyclists.org.uk

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