This week a new memorial to one of London Transport’s pioneers, was unveiled. Its at Farringdon station and a new form of memorial much like the Frank Pick one at Piccadilly Circus, being that these take up an entire wall.
Hammersmith’s high line – that bit of viaduct in the centre of the town left over from the number of lines that once threaded their way through here! Since 1916 when the last connections at Ravenscourt Park were removed –
SUNDAY 23RD: I took a few pictures of the final trip into Ealing Broadway and also was hoping to do the train leaving Ealing Common depot however it turned out the timings had been changed in the period the heritage
A special post about the 1956 tube stock. Piccadilly Circus station staff sent a tweet (one of their earliest ones) in February of this year asking for information on a picture of a train at the station itself. Its a
Piccadilly Circus tube station, one of the busiest on the tube, certainly in terms of tourism, is also a station where the unusual happens all the time. I have written about the staff once before. They have indeed been doing
As a good number of my readers will know, the RV1 ended last night. Although I was not able to go out due to injuries, here’s a quick post plus some social media pictures of the RV1’s finale. This round
The second part of this series. These are all tweets not covered in the first part – and there’s plenty too. Its the result of patiently searching Twitter then copying and pasting urls into the post. You might think its
Budding model collectors have an opportunity to collect one of just 99 specially created models depicting London’s Emirates cable car! These are priced at £300 each – so make it quick before they sell out! The exclusive collectors models can