There will be a more frequent and earlier trains on parts of the London Overground from next week.
Most of London shuts down on Christmas Day, but a few hardly venues will open for the visitors stuck in the centre of town and with nothing else to do.
This coming Sunday morning (15th Dec) will see the UK’s second highest chimney demolished – right next to the Dartford Crossing.
There are many contenders for best staircase in London, but I am going to pitch this little known staircase on the Southbank for the title.
Of all the Crossrail stations, few have as many superlatives as Liverpool Street – the deepest, the widest platforms, the longest, the one that links two tube stations, the one that was part built before Crossrail was even authorised.
A small exhibition tied in with a series of musical film screenings shows off some of the art work and preparatory photography from the famous Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Good news for meat lovers and lovers of a meaty bargain as the exceptionally good fun Christmas Eve auction will return to Smithfield this year.
A short alley with a narrow covered passage that then curves around to a grand street with impressive buildings.
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The man himself will be commandeering the Royal Albert Hall next April for an evening of his newest film, A Life On Our Planet.
Tis the season to wear Christmas jumpers, and of course, the best one to wear this year will be covered in transport icons.
As part of the East Coast Mainline upgrade, King’s Cross station will close completely for two weekends in the early part of 2020, and be disrupted at weekends through most of Jan and Feb.