On the corner of a modern building near St Paul’s Cathedral can be found an ancient stone plaque of a knight.
The Crystal Palace dinosaurs are fundraising for a new bridge, and one of the items donated to them is a top hat, from Slash, the lead guitarist of the American hard rock band Guns N’ Roses.
A consultation on a new rail link from the West into Heathrow airport has, unsurprisingly, gained support from the respondents.
A new footbridge has been opened at West Hampstead Overground station as a late running upgrade slowly progresses.
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Ever since the Night Overground service launched last year, it has skipped Whitechapel station – but not from tonight.
A report has claimed that “millions of young adults never visit museums, galleries or theatres”, but it’s not as gloomy as the headline claims.
In the City of London there used to be a church devoted to two virginal saints, and 11,000 virgins.
Transport for London (TfL) is predicting that fares will have to rise as it faces a £2.1 billion hole in its revenues projections for the next five years.
A Victorian era sewer running over the top of Baker Street tube station is currently being repaired even as it still carries away our daily waste.