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10th Feb 2013 4:45pm | By Editor
This brand-new walking tour promises to show off a London you never thought you wanted to see, taking punters on a two-mile rummage of the city’s historic landfills and rubbish dumps.
Yes, it literally is a rubbish tour. You’ll be escorted over the Isle of Dogs and under the river to Greenwich, stumbling across historic relics cast off to various trash heaps along the way.
The one hour and 45 minutes-long tour will be full of surprises and incredible insights into London’s rubbish past.
A scrap of junk food is included in the price.
Feb 17, 11am. Booking essential, £8
Meet by the entrance to Platform 2 at
Tube | Mudchute
Photos: Illustration from Henry Mayhew’s London Labour and the London Poor (1851); dotmakertours.co.uk