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A new exhibition at the Grant Museum takes a look at how the attitudes of the British Empire affected the collections of natural wildlife that were brought back to the UK.
A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…
Only for a two days, and it was an advertising takeover stunt, but Westminster tube station temporarily became Westminster Jungle station.
Surrounded by a market that fills the street can be found what looks like an old memorial stone, but is much more interesting than that.
There’s a display in the Transport Museum of roundels used by TfL, but one of them shouldn’t be there.
This weekend, a huge video projection will be beamed onto the frontage of St Paul’s Cathedral, and some photos of the overnight tests have been released.
Just around the corner from the grand and impressive St Bartholomew-the-Great church is its smaller cousin, the Less.
A weatherworn, and better for it bronze is frozen in time trying to hail a taxi cab next to London’s Embankment.
The company awarded the contract to run the future Elizabeth line trains has made a modest but significant change to its trading name.
Sitting outside Earl’s Court tube station is a blue police box — a TARDIS — the first to be introduced to London since 1969, and it was built by London Underground.
Take a break from soggy bottoms and tune into tubes and buses instead, as Channel 5 run a 2-part series about London Transport.
For a few days only, there will be an exhibition of photos showing some of the more spectacular examples of abandoned engineering from around the world.