History

Why Bloomsbury is so tricky to locate

Matthew Ingleby on the historic enclave untethered to the name of any tube station

The exterior of Housmans bookshop

Housmans: the story of a ghostbuster and a radical bookshop

Caledonian Road's pioneering bookstore owes its existence to an exorcist, says Andrew Whitehead

Video: The London Nobody Knows – see Camden in the 1960s

Photographer and writer Dan Hall on Norman Cohen's unique film that captured the city ...

The story of Fitzrovia – the other side of Oxford Street

An extract from author Ann Basu's new book on why Fitzrovia has always had ...

‘Dancing on Joey’s grave’: the tale of the King’s Cross clown

The most renowned of all clowns lies buried just a short stroll from King’s ...

See abandoned Bagley’s nightclub morph into Coal Drops Yard

Exclusive images reveal the King's Cross rave venue, originally massive Victorian railway buildings, transform ...

The houses along Keystone Crescent

The curious story of Keystone Crescent, King’s Cross

Author Andrew Whitehead on the most enchanted street in the heart of King’s Cross

Coal Drops Yard: The early history

Historian Peter Darley reveals why this ambitious Victorian infrastructure looks as it does

St Pancras is 150 today! And they’ve baked a 5-foot cake

A brief history of the iconic station - and how you can celebrate tonight