BLITZWALKER: THE SQUARE MILE 

HISTORIAN AND TOUR GUIDE STEVE HUNNISETT TRAVELS THROUGH TIME, HIGHLIGHTING THE LASTING SCARS OF THE BLITZ IN LONDON.

ST PAUL'S SURVIVES: THE ICONIC PHOTOGRAPH SEEN AROUND THE WORLD WAS TAKEN BY HERBERT MASON FROM THE ROOF OF THE DAILY MAIL BUILDING, NORTHCLIFFE HOUSE, IN THE EARLY HOURS OF DECEMBER 30, 1940 
ALL IMAGES VIA AUTHOR UNLESS STATED 

 

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