It turns out that the official supplier of tube roundels to London Underground has a side-line in coffee tables.
Four giant warehouses and an empty field — a former gasworks in Tottenham — is to become a new entertainment venue.
Room 101 in the V&A has been refurbished and is now half of a space given over to the museum’s photography collection.
Researchers at the University of Bath have been able to use a novel form of satellite monitoring to show where Crossrail tunnels run under central London.
Timely news from the National Church Trust which has been watching the demise of the local pub for the date that the number of pubs sinks below the number of churches.
Named after an inn and a dark period of history, this rather posh passage and charming steps can be found just around the corner from Parliament.
The mezzanine at Waterloo Station has been filled with photographs of railway footbridges — as part of the Network Rail retrospective study.
File this under “just shut up and take my money”, as the London Transport Museum is now selling London Underground moquette socks.
A letter sent to local politicians has confirmed that Crossrail plans to launch a rail service between Paddington and Reading in December this year.
For just a few weeks of each year, it’s possible to climb to the top of the ancient Round Tower inside Windsor Castle, with views that reach right across London.
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Due to works on the London Overground extension to Barking Riverside, services on the c2c railway lines in the area are going to be hit with several weeks of serious disruption.
If you fancy an architectural model of Trafalgar Square, made from LEGO, then you’ll be able to have one in just a few weeks time.
The people behind chess sets based on city skylines have turned their attention to London’s brutalist icons.
Ever since it was built in 1873, there’s been a tantalizing door inside the V&A Museum that normally locked, and only very occasionally opened — but now is open all the time.
This September, Freemen and Women of the City of London will be able to exercise their ancient right to take sheep across London Bridge
Just outside London sits Windsor Castle, and within its grounds is Frogmore House, and its impressive gardens, which are only open to the public on a few days of each year.
There’s a video screen that shows changing shapes in a sort of 1980s home computer version of the 2001 Space Odyssey scene.
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