A huge shed packed full of old tube trains, buses, trams, and floors of railway ephemera, this is the Acton depot used by the London Transport Museum to store everything that wont fit into the museum.
Look to the skies, for the red, white and blue of the Red Arrows will be gracing the skies of east London on Saturday (21st July 2018).
Next Saturday marks (possibly) the very last time that the current Woolwich Ferry will pass through Tower Bridge.
A huge flypast will take place over central London on Tuesday 10th July to mark the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force, and the flight details have now been released.
If you get up early on a Sunday morning in June, then you might see the glorious sight of up to 50 hot air balloons drifting gently over Central London, as part of the Lord Mayor of London’s balloon regatta.
This weekend there's a chance to get very close and personal with a number of military aircraft, right in the heart of the City of London.
Upwards of 100 military aircraft are due to join a huge flypast over central London this coming July.
It's time to start plotting how we shall remember the downfall of a papist plot, and watch the skies over London explode with fireworks.
This weekend is a chance to go inside the Transport Museum's overflow depot at Acton Town, where they store all the goodies that would never be able to fit into their Covent Garden base.
The weekend before London Open House Weekend, the rest of the UK does exactly the same thing, with a couple of thousand venues open to visit as part of Heritage Open Days.
Probably the world's most famous steam locomotive, the Flying Scotsman will be arriving at King's Cross station on Saturday.
Later this year, you will be able to watch the Freemen (and women) of the City of London exercise their ancient right to drive sheep across London Bridge.
A large formation of military aircraft, including the Red Arrows will fly over Central London on Saturday lunchtime, for the Queen's official birthday.
Fancy taking a hammer and smashing a prehistoric monument -- and doing so with permission?
After a couple of years of work, the Post Office Railway will start to take its first passenger trips through the tunnels under London next month.
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