INTRODUCTION Another Christmas present, with just enough connection to the theme of this site to be worth including. AN EPIC VOLUME Of course, given the length of London’s history, even in a volume of this massive size (bought for me by my aunt Helen), there were only three maps that tied in with this site. […]

INTRODUCTION It has been a while since I last posted on this site due it being Christmas. During the Christmas period itself I stayed with my parents and sundry other family members in East Rudham (from the 24th to the 28th to be exact, there being no public transport on the 25th and 26th – […]

As a lover of both London Underground and science I am delighted to bring you this offering: An official journal of the Genetics Society, Heredity publishes high-quality articles describing original research and theoretical insights in all areas of genetics. Research papers are complimented by News & Commentary articles and reviews, keeping researchers and students abreast […]

Transport for London and Mayor Boris Johnson pledge to improve accessibility across the capital, including expanding a network of manual ramps on the Tube, following a No Go Britain story. Source: Disability ramps here to stay, transport bosses confirm – Channel 4 News

INTRODUCTION/ DISCLAIMER Although this refers to mainline railways, I include it here because it does relate to London transport in that those of us who live outside the capital and rely on public transport generally use mainline railways to get to London before we can sample London transport of any kind. Therefore I make no apology […]

INTRODUCTION I have previously written about the paucity of mentions of London Underground in the original Holmes stories, and there have been other posts in which I have pointed up connections between detective fiction and London Underground including: Lawless and the Devil of Euston Square Three Detective Stories Featuring London Underground And a tangential connection […]

I know that this is national rail rather than specifically London transport, but Network Rail are responsible for a lot of track in London, so I consider this appropriate for publication on this website… [From WeOwnIt.Org.UK] Long Description We know. It’s Christmas. If you are like us, you are probably dashing around getting last minute gifts, […]