The London Transport Museum is offering a “Black Friday” discount of 50 percent off their disused station tours which take visitors on a digital tour of subterranean London from the comfort of their sofas.
Just in time for that perennial Christmas present, a pair of socks, a new range of moquette socks has been launched by the London Transport Museum shop.
Two disused tube stations that have never been part of the disused tube station tours ware to be part of a new series of virtual video tours from the London Transport Museum.
The London Transport Museum has announced that it is going to be opening later in the evenings every Thursday in September and October.
The Acton depot which houses the bulk of the London Transport Museum’s collection could need to be rebuilt if plans to redevelop the site for housing go ahead.
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.