Forgotten Futures V
The Destruction, Modification, and Transformation of London, as Depicted by Various Eminent Authors and Learned Men in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Edited By Marcus L. Rowland
See the worldbook for full copyright information regarding these stories and articles.
These stories and articles originally appeared in various British magazines around the turn of the century.
- The Thames Valley Catastrophe by Grant Allen was originally published in The Strand Magazine for December 1901. I have been unable to identify the artist. The map was not included in its original publication.
- All of the stories by Fred M. White were originally published in Pearson's Magazine and illustrated by Warwick Goble:
- If London Were Like Venice by Somers J. Summers appeared in Harmsworth's Magazine, August 1899. It was illustrated with photographs by Messrs. R. Thiele & Co.
- If London Were Like New York was an anonymous photographic essay appearing in The London Magazine (formerly Harmsworth's Magazine) in February 1902. The photographer is not credited
- "When The New Zealander Comes", by Prof. Blyde Muddersnook P.O.Z.A.S. (probably a pseudonym) appeared in The Strand magazine for September 1911. The artist was W.E. Wigfull
- How Will The World End? by Herbert C. Fyfe first appeared in Pearson's Magazine for July 1900. It was illustrated by Warwick Goble