Posted in Images on Sunday 1st July 2012
The Moselle River is one of London's tiniest, but also one of its most intriguing. Rising in Hornsey, at the confluence of numerous local streams and rivulets, it makes its way across North East London, appearing only sporadically above ground nowadays. I picked up the stream in a newly exposed section near Lordship Lane, and traced it through Tottenham. A more comprehensive account of my walk can be found here, and an article about the river is here.
I've had a home on the web for more years than I care to remember, and a few kind souls persuade me it's worth persisting with keeping it updated. This current incarnation of the site is centred around the blog posts which began back in 1999 as 'the daylog' and continued through my travels and tribulations during the following years.
I don't get out and about nearly as much these days, but I do try to record significant events and trips for posterity. You may also have arrived here by following the trail to my former music blog Songs Heard On Fast Trains. That content is preserved here too.