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While London’s theatre lights are dark for the coronavirus lockdown, a number of them are offering online videos of their productions to soak away the hours.
A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…
Hanging from a wall in the V&A is a grandly decorated frontage from an old house – just the frontage floating eerily in the void.
A posh street in Westminster has a statue of Queen Anne resting against the side wall of one of the posh houses.
Gibsons, a family-owned jigsaw puzzle and board game company says that it has signed an extended deal to release London Underground themed games.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the construction of Mornington Crescent.
All Crossrail, and TfL construction sites are being shut-down during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Plans to revamp an existing office block next to St Paul’s tube station could see a large roof garden open to the public added to the top.
There’s a rather famous brown condiment, HP Sauce, which features a rather famous building, coincidentally called the Houses of Parliament, but is one named after the other?
There may be sharks in the Regents Canal near Haggerston — later this year, and it’s art.
Rail franchises are to be suspended for the next six months due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the train operating companies offered a London Overground style operating license.
This short cul-de-sac leads off from Gower Street in central London, an area developed with upper middle-class homes, but now dominated by educational establishments.