Around 1.5 million of you visited the blog this year, and the most popular articles published during 2016 are:

In order of popularity…

  1. The private monorail tunnel under North London
  2. Lea Bridge Station opening May 2016
  3. Photos of the disused tunnels at Euston Station
  4. Save the Last Remaining British Rail Hovercraft from Destruction
  5. Oldest reference to Roman London found in new tube station entrance
  6. The curious tale of Hammersmith’s abandoned railway viaduct
  7. Inside the hidden vaults under the Clifton Suspension Bridge
  8. Taking a look at Crossrail’s terminus at Abbey Wood
  9. Gun Salutes in London During 2016
  10. Massively detailed map of London’s railways

And the perennial favourites from the past thanks to Google traffic…

  1. New London Overground Map includes the Barking Extension
  2. 3D maps of every Underground station
  3. At last – a pigeon proof bird feeder
  4. Doctor Who Museum, London, UK
  5. The Northern Line tunnel – bombed and flooded in 1940 – and still sealed shut
  6. The Victorian Catacombs of South London
  7. Secret tube train to Buckingham Palace
  8. Visiting a huge tunnel network under Rochester
  9. More on the “secret” tunnel under Whitehall
  10. A look at London’s tube and rail upgrade plans

Happy New Year

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3 comments on “What you read in 2016
  1. Andyp1972 says:

    Happy New Year to you Ian, and thanks for continuing to bring us such interesting news and information

  2. Susa says:

    Happy New year Ian thanks for all the good information.

  3. Darren S says:

    Thanks for providing such a wonderful blog full of interesting information and handy ticket alerts. I really appreciate it!