It’s the London Transport Museum’s 40th birthday, and their monthly late night opening will be free of charge this month only.
A large “shed” in Acton is the storage depot for the London Transport Museum, and while normally closed to the public, they do have three open weekends each year.
The London Underground’s 1938 era art-deco tube train will be making one of its occasional outings in April.
The London Transport Museum has recently started selling its famous moquette fabric — in the same way as you buy fabric from stores — by the metre.
Covent Garden isn’t short of places to eat, but a new one has arrived in the revamped Transport Museum cafe/bar, Canteen.
Tis the season to wear Christmas jumpers, and of course, the best one to wear this year will be covered in transport icons.
A hidden series of tunnels and lift shafts lie out of sight under Piccadilly Circus, and now tours are offered of these hidden spaces.
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.
There’s a display in the Transport Museum of roundels used by TfL, but one of them shouldn’t be there.
Released to tie in with an exhibition of the same name, this book is a picture rich journey through some of the disused and hidden spaces on the London Underground.
There’s a chance next month to visit a part of the Jubilee line rarely seen – the overrun tunnels that run beyond Charing Cross station towards Aldwych.
As you step through the familiar terracotta frontage of an old tube station it’s difficult to believe you’re two floors above ground, and not deep under it.