By the early modern period, the natural topography of the site upon which London was built had been largely overwritten by urban development. The names of streets, sites, and churches attest to the springs and rivers that were once visible. For example, the Walbrook had been bricked over, but it was still the imaginary boundary between east and west London. We list here a few topographical features to which we intend to devote pages in the future.
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