Category Archives: Mythologies

England’s Underwater Cities – Plashetts

In a testament to the power of the legend of Atlantis, myth seems prevail when whispers of any potential underwater city are in the air. For decades the legend that an obscure mining village called Plashetts was submerged to facilitate … Continue reading

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England’s Underwater Cities – Dunwich

For centuries we have delighted in the mythical possibility that the lost city of Atlantis remains undisturbed and exportable under the sea. Adventurers, explorers and even scientific investigators have dived into the mystery with the hopes of seeing the sunken … Continue reading

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Camberwell Submarine

This beautiful concrete creation occupied the central reservation separating two stretches of dual carriageway on Akerman Road in Camberwell (although being in SW9 Brixton has also laid claim to it). Its nautical geometry and imposing concrete exterior have fueled speculation that the unusually-situated monolith … Continue reading

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Kings Cross Lighthouse

  According to the BBC there is only lighthouse in London. It is situated on Trinity Quay Wharf, logically sited along London’s Docklands where the River Lea joins the Thames. On this rare occasion the BBC may be wrong, however. Kings Cross–in … Continue reading

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M62 Farm

If you’ve ever driven the M62 motorway into Manchester, chances are you’ve noticed that for a period the two sides of the carriageway diverge and no longer run side-by-side. There’s a farm slap bang in the middle of the carriageway … Continue reading

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