Ian Allan have previously published three highly successful London nostalgia titles, Streets of London, Bygone London and London Memories, the first two of these by acclaimed road transport writer Kevin McCormack. Such has been the success and the continuing interest in this subject that the author has produced a new volume with more outstanding colour photographs revealing the changing face of London in the postwar era. Over the past 60 years the changes made to Britain's urban landscape, and London in particular, have been more dramatic than at any period in recorded history. Not only has large scale redevelopment changed the face of the capital but it is now crowded with a vast array of street furniture, not to mention cars and other forms of transport. Retail individuality has also been lost as the growth of high street chains create a less varied and more uniform streetscape. More and more people are looking to the past as the nostalgia for a time when the motor car was less
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