Money is changing - the rise of cryptocurrencies, quantitative easing, and people scouring around for old pound coins, so an exhibition has opened that looks at the nature of alternative currencies.
On a London bound platform at Slough station can be found a rather old glass case, and inside, a very dead dog. Stuffed.
A set of drawings made nearly 200 years ago for the Thames Tunnel at Rotherhithe can been put up for sale by the descendants of the Brunels who designed the tunnel.
This month marks the 149th anniversary of the opening of St Pancras Station, and it also marks the start of a year of celebrations to mark its 150th birthday.
If you wander along that broad avenue of Tesco Value Dubai that is post-Olympics Stratford High Street, you might spy a relic from the deep past.
As part of a long standing, and at times, controversial, expansion plan, the Geffrye Museum will be closing its doors in a few months for nearly 2 years of rebuilding work.
Every night, long after the tourists have been kicked out an ancient ceremony is performed in private inside the Tower of London - the Ceremony of the Keys.
That cathedral to art and design is itself a product of the same, and has put on an exhibition about how it came to be what it is.
If you live near Canary Wharf you might regularly pass a rather modest brick building, but hidden within is a industrial delight to see.
Deep within the heart of King's College on the Strand can be found a most marvelous chapel and a dinky steam train.