Although tours of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are possible, they’re usually limited to large groups, but for the first time, they’re now starting tours for individuals to book.
Through a small gap in the line of shops and offices of Holborn can be found a medieval enclave of learning.
The London Underground’s 1938 era art-deco tube train will be making one of its occasional outings in April.
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This bronze statue is by Leslie Cubitt Bevis (1892-1984) and was cast at the Morris Singer foundry. It’s also quite unusual for modern times, as the face and hands have been gilded.
The current small rather pokey entrance to Romford Station could get a major revamp under plans put forward by TfL.
Two lords of geek come together next month for an evening of science and comedy.
A Victorian community hall could be sold to a hotel developer by the local council, if it cannot be saved by a campaign.
The London Transport Museum has recently started selling its famous moquette fabric — in the same way as you buy fabric from stores — by the metre.
When visiting a posh home/old castle combo, it seems fitting to dine locally, in their back garden greenhouse.
Sainsbury’s has formally filed a planning application for a development that could cause problems with the Bakerloo line extension.
A few years ago, I spent a couple of hours bashing an ancient monument with a hammer, and there’s a chance to do it again.