Bedford Row Robinias

Bedford Row is a very handsome eighteenth century London street, in some ways more handsome than it's Bloomsbury neighbours north of the Theobald's Road divide. It is wider than Great James Street and softer than Doughty Street, it is lined largely by fine Georgian terraces, (the exception being a post-war infill half way up on... Continue Reading →

Barnsbury’s golden tree

I cycle past this very fine Robinia Pseudoacacia var. Frisia in Barnsbury on my way to work. It always gladdens the heart with its magnificent golden foliage. Not strictly a street tree this one as it is in a private garden, but it is most definitely part of the urban landscape rather than a garden... Continue Reading →

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