By Antony Badsey-Ellis
A pyramid on Trafalgar Square, an airport at King’s Cross, an Eiffel Tower at Wembley, suspended monorails in central London and to Heathrow, a sixties-style Piccadilly Circus, a diverted Thames, a remodelled Westminster, a very different South Bank and three six-lane orbital motorways. These are among the bold but unrealised proposals for London covered in this book.
Its author, Antony Badsey-Ellis, has gathered together a fascinating set of facts and illustrations for plans ranging from some that would have had little chance of going ahead to ones that came close to execution.
96 Pages Hardback
Publication June 2022