Just spotted this on facebook – note it is not for the faint-hearted: THE GIANT RAT OF LONDON UNDERGROUND I cannot tell from the picture which the station is, but it is a westbound Central Line platform,
The District line gets the aspiblog treatment.
The Central Line gets the aspiblog treatment! Along the way a wide variety of attractions are mentioned, plenty of pictures are shown and past, present and one vision of the future are covered.
An account of the Metropolitan line with some bold and imaginative suggestions for the future.
A strictly personal survey of the Piccadilly line, with a suggestion for the revival and extension of the Aldwych branch.
A brief account of one of London Underground’s unacknowledged interchanges.
A brief overview of the London Underground line that includes the original section that opened in 1863, with a few important links that relate to various statiions.
A piece principally about Ashes moments at the Oval cricket ground, with an introductory mention of the history of the two stations that serve it.
A very brief post about Whitechapel, dedicated to all involved with the East End Womens Museum project.
The latest post in my series “London Station by Station”, this features some London Underground history, a musical interlude and a soupcon of politics.