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Transport for London (TfL) currently has around £11.7 billion of debt, and that has now been put under review for a ratings downgrade by one of the three big ratings agencies, Fitch.
Slap bang in the middle of an East London university can be found an old, and rather unusual graveyard.
In times of old, when a major celebration took place, it was a tradition to hold a celebratory ox roast.
A grand late Victorian building in the City of London is notable for having three camels on the front.
An exhibition space in North Greenwich has a scale model of what the area could look like in the future – and it seems to be modeled on a Science Fiction show.
In the 1930s, the London Underground looked at extending the Bakerloo line southwards, and while most plans were modest, one looked at taking it all the way out to Dartford.
Although the Thames Barrier is the most famous of London’s flood defenses, it’s only one of 36 industrial floodgates built to protect London — and one of the more distinctive is the Barking Creek Barrier.
Two train companies, GWR and Southeastern have had their franchises extended after the government made a direct award contract to the two operators.
This is a modern looking alley that follows an ancient path, and is named after the ruined church in the middle of the road.
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.