Today should have been the day that the Crossrail project triumphantly handed over to the Elizabeth line.
A new tube map has started appearing in London Underground stations, and there’s a lot of changes to this edition.
As part of its Christmas decorations, Tate Britain has commissioned an artist to design two giant slugs to sit outside the art gallery.
A delightful video has been released of a group of people who were at the original excavation of the London Mithraeum and recently returned to see its restoration.
On the day when tubes, trains, buses and even cable cars go to sleep, there will one bus company offering a very special Christmas Day service.
A revised set of plans for the rather ugly 1960s office block next to Waterloo station have been shown off, featuring a taping set of buildings and roof gardens.
A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…
On a side street behind the hospital, a giant brown hedgehog can be found dominating a space between two low rise buildings.
The Jubilee line trains are being refurbished at the moment, and some bits of the old trains are coming up for sale.
This little courtyard set back from the street has an obscure history, but is thought to have a late medieval origin.