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A new permanent artwork by United Visual Artists, sited under a bridge near Paddington station in London, is a curiously moving tribute to the pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing who was born in the area. Source: UVA create memorial wall to Alan Turing – Creative Review
INTRODUCTION This Saturday I was in London for the day (see here for more details), and I have posted several times on this site in connection with this (here, here and here), and I am concluding my activity on this front by showing all the London Transport related photos from that day in one post. […]
INTRODUCTION On Saturday I attended an event at Student Central, formerly known as the University of London Union (ULU), on Malet Street – for more details please click here. Student Central is walkable from many stations, and as it is far more than just a student venue, this post aims to set out these various […]
INTRODUCTION I used this station on my way back from an event I attended at Student Central, Malet Street, London this Saturday (click here for more details). PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Tottenham Court Road station opened as part of the Central London Railway, now the Central line, in 1900. In 1907 the Charing Cross, Euston […]
INTRODUCTION On Saturday I had cause to be in London for the day (click here for more details). Engineering works interfered with my journey, and finding myself on a stopping train I alighted at Finsbury Park to change to the Piccadilly line. A NEW POSTER THAT STIRRED A MEMORY The first southbound train that arrived […]
INTRODUCTION In this post I will talking about a well known London attraction and giving some information about its transport connections. THE MUSEUM This museum contains artefacts from the whole of London’s history and has some stuff from longer ago than that. I visited this museum many times when I lived in London. I will […]
All aboard the silver fox. Source: How To Make The Most Of The 24 Hour Jubilee Line
Air, Sea, Rail to be covered by Consumer Rights Act 2015 Source: Full steam ahead to a better consumer deal for Rail passengers
This excellent news does not relate specifically to London Transport, but London does have a lot of mainline railways, some of which (e..g. Southern) are among the worst offenders… The Consumer Rights Act will extend to cover rail passengers from 1 October 2016 – so what does this mean for passenger rights? Source: Consumer Rights […]
Badges from mystery source encouraging passengers to talk elicit calls for ‘do not disturb’ signs – but not everyone is against Source: ‘Tube chat’ campaign provokes horror among London commuters | UK news | The Guardian