2 April 2004
History: Fleet Street is named after the river Fleet which now runs under Farringdon Road. Its source is on Hampstead Heath and it used to flow through Kentish Town, King's Cross and Clerkenwell before emptying into the Thames at Blackfriars. The Fleet, the longest of London's 'lost rivers', was covered ...
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