A scene that was never shown in the first film, has Harry Potter and the giant Hagrid getting onto a Central line tube train.
In a week that will be rich in political plotting, a timely book looks at how the physical design of 10 Downing Street can affect politics.
The author of a new book about London Transport's famous moquette fabrics for its seats will be giving a talk in October about the same topic.
This narrow alley off Cornhill lined with a mix of old bricks opens to a court space, and was once home to the offices of Dicken's Ebenezer Scrooge
London Underground has warned that there will be fewer trains on the Metropolitan line next week, while a new signalling system is introduced.
Plants left over from the recent RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival have been used to create a series of gardens in a tunnel under London Bridge station.
Climb the narrow stairs up a church to a hidden medical operating theatre from Victorian times, to watch a horror movie from the 1930s.
One of the architectural landmarks of South London is a wide ziggurat block of flats -- Dawson Heights.
Fancy watching a load of old railway films, accompanies by the music of a classic Wurlitzer organ blasting out some live music?
The twisted red mass of tubes next to the Olympic Stadium that was supposed to be a local landmark is proving to be more of a millstone for the Queen Elizabeth Park.
Down a rather shabby road in a Cambridge industrial estate can be found a haven of retro computing delights - the Centre for Computing History.
A new rail service is being planned offering faster connections between London and Luton Airport, and an alternative to the current Thameslink service.
For a few days, there will be a food festival and it'll be inside the Tower of London's moat.
Back in the heady days of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, one game stood out -- because it featured a London Underground tube train.