The Panorama of the Thames conservation project is creating a unique and enduring historical record of the banks of the river through Great Britain's capital city, London. It contains spectacular panoramic images and videos, accompanied by an extensive database to cover every feature along 52 miles of rapidly changing riverbank.
Funded mainly by individual contributions and community groups, the project shows the built and the natural environment along the river, as you would see it at its best. It includes a fully restored version of a rare publication which depicts the Thames riverside in 1829, at the end of the Georgian period.
This website, and an associated series of books, provides public access to some of the material from this massive, ongoing project.