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Why do Shepherds need a Bush?

An entertaining look behind the names of London's Underground stations. Explores links between the Battle of Barnet and Totteridge and Whetstone, Canary Wharf and imported fruit, and which station was once known as Gagglegoose Green. With charming illustrations from ‘Old and New London’, by Walter Thornbury and Edward Walford, published 1897.

Paperback.
7¾" x 5", 163 pages.
34 black and white illustrations.
£8.99

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