A couple of weeks ago, the Transport Museum held another of their scavanger hunts where teams are sent off around London to take photos of a subject based on a sheet of clues.

This hunt was themed on the tube roundel – which is 100 years old this year.

It is no longer just a tube roundel now though, and the sign is used for all forms of TfL transport – including as I have now learnt, even street furniture!

Four teams were formed – and we have all uploaded our photos/blog onto a website, and the winners of a public vote wins a prize.

I won’t do a tacky “vote for me please” pleading comment, as I would prefer to leave it up to you to choose which team to pick.


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