Four of the ghostsigns of Clapham, from @RoyReed13 ’s excellent blog, here: http://reeddesign.co.uk/wordpress/2017/02/22/ghostsigns-of-clapham/

The pleasures of Meggezones on the Upper Tooting Road, as captured by @Illuminations media here.

The Ghost Signs of Bath

Most books of ghost signs tend to be not much more than a photographic compendium. While there’s nothing wrong with that, Ghost Signs of Bath, by Andrew Swift and Kirsten Elliott, is a volume apart, packed, not only with pics of Bath’s c.160 signs, but also a large amount of local social history and geography.

It’s an excellent, well-produced book, putting signage in context in a way that is never less than fascinating and also highly readable.

Published by Akeman Press, Ghost Signs of Bath is available in paperback at £16.99, here.