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