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In this week’s Time Out magazine…

By
Isabelle Aron
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We’re going back in time to look at the London landmarks that have vanished without a trace. Did you know that back in 1895, way before the London Eye was a thing, there was a giant Ferris wheel in Earls Court? And it’s not just landmarks that have disappeared. A whole Elizabethan Street was demolished in 1901. 

Elsewhere in this week’s issue, we’ve gone in search of the best retro ice-cream parlours on the South Coast, because if you’re going to venture out of London on a day trip, you need to make it worth your while – by eating lots of delicious ice cream, obviously.

If you fancy a break but can’t face leaving London (don’t blame you), we’ve also picked out seven secret rural spots you can get to with your Oyster card.

Plus, we’ve rounded up the best outdoor cinema screenings this summer, the top things to see in Museums at Night and ten awesome gigs you can still book this week.

You can also buy this week’s issue from Wednesday on your Apple or Android device, so you can swipe, pinch and scroll through at your leisure. 

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