revising pevsner's london
The latest revisions in the 'Buildings of England' series' coverage of London are both exceptionally useful, as they cover a more defined area than in the original Pevsner arrangement. London 1: The City Of London was published last autumn with support from the City Corporation. The second, about to be published, is a paperback on London Docklands, which had help from the London Docklands Development Corporation. This serves as an introduction to a larger volume, London 5: East and ...
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