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This sunken 1960s style garden exists thanks in part to the diligence of German bombers, but also a Tudor wedding.
More tours of hidden parts of the London Underground have been announced for next year, and they’re adding Morgate to the list of venues.
A part of a major rebuilding project, the National Portrait Gallery has announced that it will be closing for three years, from the end of June 2020.
A number of railway stations are getting parcel drop-off and collection lockers over the next few weeks.
This is one of those alleys that exist today purely to give access to back entrances and store rubbish. Yet it was once lined with houses and offices, and a very famous occupant.
Crossrail has advised TfL that there are some projected delays in the opening of the Elizabeth line and it is likely that additional funding would be required, and that the opening date is being pushed back.
A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…
In a side street in posh Chelsea can be found a nice but otherwise ordinary house, but to step inside is to step into a Victorian time capsule.
A long line of railway arches under the Hammersmith and City line are being rented out by TfL following refurbishment work.
The Saatchi gallery, founded by the masters of spin has secured the big prize in blockbuster exhibitions with the master of bling paying his last visit to London.
The rail union, the RMT has announced 27 days of strikes will take place in December on South Western Railway (SWR) in a long running dispute over driver only operated trains.
You’ve probably seen these dotted around a few places, what looks like some sort of security barrier, but wondered how such an odd thing could work.