This mosaic version of the world's most famous logos can be seen in the flesh at Maida Vale Station.
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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
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.
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
Can you identify these shows? Source: Old Posters From 1997 Revealed In Moorgate Tube
Visualising the pulse of London with HERE Source: Tube Heartbeat
Courtesy of Time Out… If you’ve spent the last few days sweating it up on the Underground, you’ll know that there’s nothing cool about rush hour in London. But this animated tube m Source: This animated tube map shows the busiest times on the Underground
This is slightly tenuous, but given that my immediate solution prior to hoped for full nationalisation would be to have TFL take over the running of this section of our rail network I think I can justify it… Plans by an under-fire rail company to change the way it staffs its trains will lead to […]
Advertisement Thomas Sutcliffe become a supportersubscribe search jobs dating more UK edition Source: Going underground: Crossrail’s tunnels open to public in Open House weekend | UK news | The Guardian
Interesting stuff from Londonist (In certain places.) Source: How To Get A Guaranteed Seat On The Tube | Londonist
It’s time! For two weeks (see my announcement here), the Clapham Common Tube station in London will have every ad replaced by pictures of . . . . CATS! No ads, just moggies! This is the resul… Source: British ailurophiles: Get your tuchas to Clapham Common Tube station, where there are no ads—just cats! « […]
Well done Sadiq – it is rare indeed to get a good news story about Brtiish public transport, and especially about fares on British public transport… Since Sadiq Khan became mayor back in May, he’s been making our lives that little bit better by sorting out our transport system bit by bit. The sweaty Routemas […]
Another variation on the most famous schematic diagram in the world, this one showing how (un)affordable rents are: Just 15 out of the 270 tube stations are in areas where renting is “affordable,” according to homelessness charity Shelter. Source: This Tube map shows which areas of London are affordable if you make an average income