This episode is taken from a walk I do around The Cut, Lower Marsh and Waterloo. The arrival of the railway did more than open up the country and allow people to travel further in a day than ever before, it also meant dead Londoners could be buried in cemeteries miles from the capital, their bodies transported by the Necropolis railway.
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Guide: Isobel Durrant. To learn more about booking this or any other tour, send an email to email@example.com