The annual fortnight of lighting displays is back at Canary Wharf, and hugely popular as ever. The first hint that this might be pulling in the crowds when on a normally fairly quiet weekend evening, Canary Wharf tube station looks…
This is an old alley route through the docks, with a name that's both a WW2 legacy, and a recently built tower block.
Short notice - sorry - but this weekend, a record breaking tall sailing ship is visiting London, and you can go on board for a look around.
Plans for a pedestrian and cyclist bridge across the Thames linking Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf have been put on hold, due to a shortage of funding.
Canary Wharf is working on a proposal for an improved rail link between the Docklands and Euston mainline station.
For one day in June, a zip wire will be fixed to the roof of a Canary Wharf skyscraper, and a handful of people will be able to whiz down the wire to the ground.
In London's docklands is a roundabout, and in the middle a tree, blinking and flashing away -- made from a cluster of traffic lights.
This is a pocket park that sits right on top of a tube station, and one that very nearly didn't exist.
Plans to extend the Bakerloo line down towards Lewisham could be thrown into doubt if a rival proposal to run it via Canary Wharf gets wider support.
In the foyer of the a Canary Wharf skyscraper can be found a range of photos that mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Association of Photographers (AOP).
It looks like an ordinary, if rather nicer than average, bus shelter, but this is in fact the UK's first transparent glass solar powered bus shelter.
An unusual work of art in that the title for the art is written in plain English and clearly describes what you are looking at, which undoubtedly, is a man with arms open.
It’s come a long way since it was raw concrete and sand, and today was a chance for the public to go in and see what their new Elizabeth line station will look like when it opens in a few months time.
Tickets have been released for the last chance to go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Crossrail station at Canary Wharf.
Inspired by people sheltering in the wartime Underground, donated to the people of the East End, nearly sold by a corrupt Mayor and now on display in a heartland of bankers, a new exhibition has opened telling the story of Old Flo.