Walking London’s unsung waterway: the River Lea rises again | London holidays | The Guardian

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Walking a 26-mile stretch from Hertfordshire, our writer witnesses how a neglected artery of the city has been transformed into a recreational and cultural hub

Source: Walking London’s unsung waterway: the River Lea rises again | London holidays | The Guardian

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