Diagrammtic History

This map is a staple of the site.


The London Underground 150th anniversary coin

London Connections 2015

The current London Connections map.

A Geographical London Connections Map dating from the mid 1990s

A geographical map.

London's Railways in 1897 (there is a post about this map on the site)


Each of these pictures lead you to a section of the website



Whether your interests are in the past, the present or the future we have something for you.


The links included here on the homepage are the most important – there will be many more elsewhere on the site.

Transport For London’s Tube Page

The London Transport Museum

Londonist – an online guide to things to do in London.

An online visitor’s guide to London.

History London – A splendid blog devoted to informing readers about London’s rich and varied history.

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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 […]

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