The London Transport Museum has announced a fresh series of Hidden London tours, of six venues, with tickets going on sale later this month.
A major new work of art has been unveiled inside Piccadilly Circus tube station to commemorate the defining work done by Frank Pick to create the London Underground we recognise today.
There’s an exhibition on at the moment at the Transport Museum which looks at the design concepts behind London’s transport networks. From fonts to moquette, from bus signs to entire tube stations.
Picadilly Circus tube station is shortly to get a memorial to the man who probably more than most can be said to have defined London as a city today.
A weekend in September will see steam trains return to the Metropolitan line as part of Amersham’s heritage weekend.
As Crossrail turns from building site into polished end product, a new exhibition showing off the design of the future Elizabeth line stations has opened at London Transport Museum.
Deep under Euston station lies a network of long disused tunnels and a tiny ticket office that have rarely been seen by anyone for over 50 years, until now.
A one-hundred year old London bus will be heading to France later this month, to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
The Transport Museum has announced that it is going to be running a series of tours of tube stations focusing on their architecture.
Later this week, tickets will go on sale for a chance to go into one of London Underground’s more significant abandoned tube stations, and here is a preview of what the tours will include.
The London Transport Museum has announced a new round of tunnel and disused station tours, with tickets going on sale next week.
Just a silly one — but the terms and conditions for tours of the disused Down Street tube station have been changed.
The London Transport Museum has laid on a second Gin Tasting evening on 30 October.
Tickets to tour three disused disused tube stations go on sale on Wednesday morning.
Next month is a chance to have a look around both the Transport Museum’s overflow warehouse, and the Heathrow Express train depot on the same day.
Combine steam train travel and tea and cake on the Metropolitan line for a late summer treat.
Just over 80 years ago, a tube station closed to the public due there being insufficient public interested in using it. Now it could open again, as a tourist attraction.
Later this year there will be two opportunities to visit either, or both, of an underground WW2 shelter, or a disused tube station.
This museum cafe is probably one of the most instagram’d cafe’s in London, for its cappuccino coffees are famous for the tube roundel they use as a stencil for the chocolate dressing.
Tickets to ride around the sub-surface lines in the last of the old C-Stock trains are going on sale today.
London Underground will be running one of their farewell tours that they have been organising whenever a train model goes out of service.
Next weekend will mark the occasional opening of the Transport Museum’s overflow warehouse out in darkest Acton, and if you haven’t been, then it is worth a trip.
A rather fun exhibition has opened inside London’s Transport Museum where artists have taken curiosities of London as their theme for a possible future poster design
Of the closed tube stations that litter the London Underground, two top the list of stations that people want to visit.
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