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New entrance proposed for Stratford tube station

A new eastern side entrance to Stratford station has been approved, which will see easier access to the station from the side streets to the north of Stratford High Street.


Northern line extension to Battersea tunneling to start soon

Tunneling for the Northern line extension is due to start in March, it has been announced.


Major Victoria tube station upgrade opens to the public

Earlier today, a major upgrade to Victoria tube station was completed, when an entire new entrance and set of escalators was opened to the public.


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85th Anniversary of Victoria Coach Station

An art-deco icon, the imposing Victoria Coach Station marks its 85th anniversary this year, with a huge birthday party.


Half price train tickets sale starts on Monday

Half price offers on 400,000 tickets will be available for travel between 30th January and 31st March 2017 on both Standard and First Class tickets across Virgin Train's east coast route.


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How to save on your tube commute costs

There is a way, if you can adjust your working patterns, to typically save several hundred quid per year in your cost of commuting to work.


New Elizabeth line train being tested in a huge freezer

One of the future Elizabeth line (nee Crossrail) trains has made a trip to Vienna -- to be frozen.


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The silence of the railway departure board

A sea of faces gaze upwards all facing the same direction, all waiting for the sign that a train is ready to board. Will it be platform 8 tonight or have they moved it to platform 10?


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A new cover for the tube map is released

London Underground is releasing a new tube map, and for it's 25 edition with an art cover, they have commissioned London-based, British artist Gillian Carnegie to create the new design


WW2 film shows London commuters during the Blitz

How did London's commuters get to work during the blitz? A propaganda film from 1941 says, blitz? What blitz? Everything's normal down here.


TfL outlines cost cutting and line upgrade plans

TfL, and the Mayor have outlined plans for the phase of development of London's transport, focusing on cost cutting and investments in street services.


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