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Derelict London Paperback – 24 Apr 2008
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"For fans of the capital's hidden underbelly, these abandoned and derelict buildings carry a melancholy poignancy" (Evening Standard)
"John Betjeman would have been proud of him" (What's On In London)
"Genius" (Danny Baker, BBC London)
"A pocket-sized Bible ... Each location is lovingly presented with some stunning photography" (Onionbagblog)
"Talling captures the beauty of decay in this comprehensive collection of photos that tells a living history" (Shortlist)
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If you are interested in urban decay this book is a must! Whilst London is constantly shaking herself up to become more chic, more trendy & more stylishly in vogue and with buildings being ripped from their foundations in order to redevelop and maximise the (financial) return, these small often forgotten & definitely neglected pockets tell stories, hold histories and memories that without this book would all perish with them...
A personal interest if you are a Lonodoner but perhaps London from a different perspective if you are just visiting :-)
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