Its been a while since I wrote fully about Crossrail so here’s a new post! Its a look at what is currently happening at the two central stations on the line, namely Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road. There might
Despite being the butt of many a joke, ‘Cock Fosters’ as it once was, is a real place and noted for being the northern terminus of the Piccadilly Line. The location itself prior to the opening of the tube was
The long awaited automation of the sub-surface lines began today with the implementation of the Hammersmith to Latimer Road CBTC section. After a full days work testing yesterday it was decided the scheme should be implemented with effect from Sunday.
I assume you have been watching Geoff Marshall’s videos recently, learning which tube stations are the least used – as well as reading that he wont cover the Waterloo & City (W&C) or Emirates Air Line because these are single
On a visit to Victoria station 7th March to check the very controversial one way system in use, the new exhibition set up by TfL for the 8th March – International Womens Day – could not fail to be noticed.
The 120th anniversary! The first official train left Marylebone 9th March and the station opened to the public 15th March 1899. The London terminus was to be a grand one, both for the Midlands, the North and even a rail
This is it! The big day! 7th March 1969 when the Victoria Line really came into the world. On this day fifty years ago the Queen rode the new automated trains and officially opened the new line in a ceremony