Crossrail has released some fresh photos of the tunneling works going on deep under London at the moment.
Twenty-years ago a tube station closed to passenger traffic, and apart from the occasional film crew or tours is largely off-limits to the general public.
As part of a range of upgrades just announced for the art-deco Eltham Palace, the WW2 bunker underneath the building is to be restored to its wartime appearance.
On the 30th September 1994, the metal gates were closed for the final time at Aldwych tube station.
Plans have been announced to try and spruce up a subway next to Baker Street station that has a curious secret within it.
The complex of tunnels and entrances at King's Cross tube station gained another addition recently, a stunning tunnel with a permanently changing lighting effect.
As part of the London Open House Weekend, a number of Crossrail building sites will also be opening their hoardings to the public.
The new Crossrail station box being dug down at Paddington has dug down deep enough to reach the tunnels drilled out by the tunnel boring machines -- and now they are demolishing them.
Crossrail’s tunnel boring machine Jessica has completed a new train tunnel from Limmo Peninsula, near Canning Town, breaking into Victoria Dock Portal in east London.
Next week, the BBC's Coast TV programme will have a segment about the flood barriers that were installed on the London Underground at the start of WW2.