Following on from a special edition set of trainers last month, Adidas has launched an entire range of London Underground themed trainers.
It’s quite easy to miss for such a large object, but high up on the wall of the Stock Exchange building is a giant sundial.
At some point in the future, London will be struck by a dread disease that will lay waste to swathes of society.
An occasional look at the works on the Northern line extension building the new London Underground line to Battersea Station.
Officially, this charming little alley has no name, but I am naming it Fernsbury Street Alley, as it was almost an extension of Fernsbury Street itself.
While the Tower of London has a grim history of death and torture, most of the deaths actually took place outside the Tower, on a plot of land that is today marked by a small memorial.
The London Stone, ancient relic, protector of London, provider of unlimited rice pudding, mysterious icon, is back in its less ancient home on the streets of London.
London Underground’s unremarkable shed of a tube station at Colindale is set to be demolished and rebuilt with a dramatic curving wooden landmark for the area.
Earlier this week it was announced that planning permission would be sought for a “Tulip” skyscraper viewing platform in the City of London.
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