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Fancy assembling a tube station from LEGO bricks? If yes, then there may be a chance to do so if this proposal gets the go ahead.
Tickets have gone on sale unusually early for this now annual tradition of racing a pair of goats on the same day as a less interesting boat race on the Thames.
A new plaque has been unveiled outside Crossrail’s Woolwich station featuring a so-called Dead Man’s Penny, given to the next of kin of those killed during WW1.
This alley is both long and grand, but also has an utterly delightful narrow tunnel at one end.
There will be a winter fair inside the Houses of Parliament next week, with the Houses of Commons and Lords also open to visit.
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Following reported instances of a number of accounts being accessed maliciously earlier this year, all Oyster and contactless customers are being required to reset their website account passwords.
Usual caveats, but there should be a formation of helicopters flying over Central London on Friday afternoon.
To promote cycling, the cycle hire scheme will be essentially free to use throughout December.
This otherwise fairly ordinary local park is a lingering relic of a grand Victorian pleasure garden that stretched all the way from the river to King’s Road.
Another of those maps that will soak up a few hours randomly zooming around – a map of prehistoric to medieval archeology under London.
150 years ago, a deep sloping road in Central London was replaced with a marvelous bridge — the Holborn Viaduct.