People rushing to catch trains at King's Cross are often oblivious of what they are standing next to, and right by a pedestrian crossing is an old milestone.
Starting next week, the main Central line ticket hall at Bank station will become exit-only in the mornings. There will also be a reduced down escalator service to the Central line during the evening peak.
If they can raise enough money, then Camden could be boasting a new museum later this year -- devoted to female anatomy.
A disused section of old railway track could become another Highline for London, if proposals by Hammersmith Council are carried out.
An ominous giant sphere could be coming to Stratford, and despite its apocalyptic appearance, it's actually a concert hall.
TfL has sold the offices and shops above its Holborn tube station for a reported £40 million to an investment company.
A museum filled with medicines can be found just around the corner from the Tower of London, presumably to offer salves to those who had just lost their heads.
Further funding has been provided by the government to investigate options for extending the future Elizabeth line out towards Ebbsfleet in Kent.
Initial plans for a huge rebuild of Clapham Junction station have been shown off, with the rebuilt station sitting underneath a large housing development.
Sitting next to what was once the West Ham football club, and is now a generic housing development is a one-hundred(ish) year old Catholic Church.
Not a pub or hotel, and not for pigeons, but in Stratford is a grand old building that was once a pub and hotel for humans.
Following a passenger survey, the total seating capacity at Victoria and London Bridge is now being increased from 150 at each station to 400 at each station.
A mum and her four newly born kittens have been found living underneath an escalator at a London Underground station.
On the other side of the road from Plaistow Station is a set of steps down to a park, and a dilapidated cottage.