- The Victorian Development of the Idea of "the Public Interest"
- Nature as Amenity and Liberal Economics in The Victorian Age
- How Filthy Was London?
- Metropolitan mud, filthy streets, and “A Thaw in the Streets of London (1865)”
Sewage Disposal and the Pollution of the Thames
- From Inconvenience to Pollution — Redefining Sewage in The Victorian Age
- London Nightmen (cesspool-sewermen)
- Good Intentions, Unexpected Consequences: Thames Pollution of and The Great Stink of 1858
- Punch on Thames Pollution (1859)
- Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames: Punch on pollution of waterways (1855)
- “The Purification of The Thames” (Editorial, The Illustrated London News, 24 July 1858)
- Charles Dickens and “the Big Stink”
- Use of Metropolitan Sewage in Agriculture (1864)
- Stained Glass and Gaslight — Darkness, Smog, and a Little Light in Victorian Cities
- Oxford at 1850
- Coal Fires, Gas illumination, and Victorian London as a "Heat Island"
- Sanitation and Its absence
- Chadwick's Report on Sanitary Conditions
Last modified 17 April 2011