Book News #17: 1 month; 4 weeks or 30 days. Reprints of my book will be available from the 1st October 2021. Pre-order now


Limited Edition Re-prints

I’m reprinting a limited number of my book to meet demand, and whilst I’m at it, I’ll also reprint extra copies to help an anticipated Christmas demand – will this be you?

I already have 6 pre-orders, including one international sale, and demand for ten more. Don’t miss out as further copies of my book will not be available until 2022. If you’re thinking of pre-ordering, then do it NOW, and rest easy in the knowledge you’ll get a copy. Don’t wait and think ‘I’ll do it later’ as by then it may be too late.

Head over to my bookshop NOW where you can pre-order via PayPal or Stripe. And if you’re into digital copies, I’ve also an eVersion flip book which is at a give-away price too.

If you’d like to pay by any other method, please drop me a line.


Here are some questions I pose in my book:

  • Where might you walk in the footsteps of William the Conqueror?
  • Where is the oldest railway structure in London claimed to be?
  • Where did the Hanseatic merchants live?
  • What is a Stane Mere? 
  • How many works of art has Mark Wallinger created around the underground?
  • Geographically, which is the most northerly underground station on the network?

I’ll also be restarting my weekly blogs too. I’ve been busy travelling and collecting new photographs, and for those who follow my social media posts, you will have already seen some of them.

I have many stories to share. 8 stations in fact, which will include Cannon Street, Crews Hill, Hayes (Kent), Waterloo, Watford Junction, London Bridge, Feltham and Paddington. But I’ll be starting with an art special which will follow soon. In the meantime, here’s a couple of new photos that will feature soon…


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If you’d like to get in touch, please email me at info@theendoftheline.blog, and for other news about my travel journey’s, follow my social media channels. See you soon…and thank you for continuing to follow me.

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