Plenty of people pass it by, thinking little of this tall column that stands near the junction with Old Street, but it’s an impressive Victorian drinking fountain.
Selfridges have started selling a range of London Underground themed items that are officially licensed from TfL.
One of the many maps of bomb damaged London has gone on show in the City of London’s heritage gallery, alongside a declaration about the end of WW1.
This seemingly fairly modern looking alley is actually one of the oldest in London, and potentially dates from pre-Saxon London.
A main road in the City of London recently gained a very rare thing indeed – an early green painted Penfold letter box.
Deep in a narrow passage, that barely noticeable unless you look directly at it can be found this remarkable pub sign, for the Castle Tavern.
Old churches can look quite delightful when lit up at night, and now a church that some say was the cradle of English Parliamentary democracy has been floodlit at night.
Visits to Parliament are going queer next month, with two special gay-themed guided tours being offered.
Building work has started on what will be the longest pier on the River Thames within London, and which will include a public viewing platform.
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