Boris Johnson is reported to have once commented that the redesigned London Bridge station would be improved with gargoyles.
For a few weeks there’s a display of some of the grand building projects that defined London as a city. From ancient to very modern, lost and still standing.
The London Underground is set to make a staring role in the latest attempt to turn H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds into a TV series.
This vintage looking alley is probably named after the Ship and Mermaid public house which used to be at Snowsfields, and is today a curious curve around a corner, squeezed between social housing.
Following the success of the large glowing tube roundels sold by the London Transport Museum, they’ve launched a smaller version as well.
Surprisingly few people know this, but it’s possible to visit the City of London’s magnificent Guildhall building, the oldest non-ecclesiastical stone building in the City.
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A small door in an old building conceals a chapel to the memory of the man who founded a great hospital.
A man who can serve four Tudor monarchs without losing his head, while becoming fantastically rich at the same time is bound to be an enigmatic figure.
Hidden behind a blue door lies one of London’s most charming little pocket parks.
Look to the skies this Saturday (6th July) at the Red Arrows will fly over central London.
An exhibition about the 95% of the universe that can’t be seen is a challenging topic for any gallery to take on.
Nearly 20 years ago, the Horniman Museum in South London expanded, and now they need to do so again.
A building site next to Leicester Square will soon become a cinema and hotel — and recently there was a chance to look around while it’s still concrete and steel.
On a small side street can be found one of London’s few remaining cast iron pissoirs — or mens urinals.
A massive project to upgrade Bank tube station has reached a landmark stage, with over half of the construction work now complete.
Although Smithfields is still a functioning meat market, about half of the Victorian buildings are derelict and this weekend is a chance to go inside.
A long running campaign to open up a freight railway in West London for passenger use has received a boost from a supportive TfL report into the line.
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