An ancient alley, on a modern alignment that will soon shift sideways, this is the astronomically named Star Alley.
Short and simple, this is a delightful way to show off the history of London, using paper origami.
A restaurant in central London almost as famous for its toilets as it is for its lavish interior -- but also has this overflowing greenery outside.
If the Centrepoint tower had curves, then One Kemble Street is what it would look like -- a pillar of repeating concrete shapes slightly hidden from casual view.
Like many pocket parks, this is the result of too many people dying too often -- it's a disused graveyard.
Two private clock collectors have collaborated to stage an exhibition of early English clocks at Bonhams next month.
In this 100th anniversary of the right to vote for women in elections, there's a number of exhibitions, and a small one can be found in the LSE Library just off Holborn.
Just outside the Salisbury Plains a TfL bus sign shows a curious route, the 23A, that runs once a year, and is the only bus route allowed through the military firing ranges.
This is a former road now split into a road and a pedestrianised footpath, linked by a covered walkway to St John's Street, and the site of the former Red Bull Theatre.