This mosaic version of the world's most famous logos can be seen in the flesh at Maida Vale Station.
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History London – A splendid blog devoted to informing readers about London’s rich and varied history.
This story from EvolvePolitics is distressing in multiple ways – the initial situation, the absolute refusal of London Underground bosses in the face of all evidence to the contrary to consider the possibility that they might have got things wrong, and the fact they have twice in this one case sided against their own staff […]
Fascinating stuff, onto which I was put by a blog published by Time Out… The family history site Ancestry has recently published more than 35,000 TfL staff records for the first time online. They reveal the lives of bus drivers and L Source: In pictures: archive photos show what London’s public transport used to look […]
INTRODUCTION The inspiration for this post came from a post on estersblog, which I link to by way of one of her splendid pictures at the end of this introduction. I will briefly mention by name all the stations that are within walking distance of Greenwich proper (North Greenwich, in spite of the second part […]
INTRODUCTION I found this by way of a tweet from the official account of the British Transport Police, which contained a link to a more detailed piece put out by Transport for London. THE TWEET Unwanted sexual behaviour on public transport is not ok.#ReportItToStopIt Text us on 61016 or call 0800 405040https://t.co/D2iNSsSpMs pic.twitter.com/ASjldtGbS1 […]
INTRODUCTION The good folk at the Museum of London, easily walkable from St Pauls (Central line) and Moorgate (Northern, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan and mainline railways) are running an exhibition on the the archaeology of the Elizabeth line, which is built on an East-West axis through London and because of its depth also cuts […]
The competition is open to people aged 3 to 15… Enter our competition to design your dream station and be in the running to win exciting prizes. Source: Competition: Design your own station
This does not go nearly far enough for my liking, but it is a step in the right direction… South-east Londoners, rejoice! Your dreams of being connected to the tube network are now one step closer after TfL revealed new plans today for the future Bake Source: TfL has revealed where the new Bakerloo line […]
INTRODUCTION This post was inspired by a number of lots that will be featuring in James and Sons’ next auction (20th – 22nd February, 1st two days at James and Sons’ premises in Fakenham, third day at The Maids Head Hotel, Norwich). THE GIGANTIC WHEEL, EARLS COURT This structure, from the top of which Windsor […]
These walks are organised by Trans;port for London and come to you courtesy of Time Out… Another jam-packed weekend of free walks organised by TfL. Walk lengths range from an a hour or two to a full day out and many tours are themed. Highlights incl Source: TfL Free Guided Walks
An interesting dining spot uncovered by Time Out Dine on the tube at this gourmet supper club that takes place on a 1967 London Underground carriage in Walthamstow