Just outside Epping tube station, commuters might have noticed an old tube train rusting away, and thought little of it, but this locomotive is the remains of a very odd development in tube history.
Brixton based artist Zineb Sedira has created a series of films and large-scale photographs that will be displayed at King's Cross St Pancras, Euston, Highbury & Islington and Brixton later this month.
Today marks the 90th anniversary of the longest tunnel under London opening to the public -- following the completion of tube tunnels running down to Morden.
Originally built in 1926 and operated by the Metropolitan Railway the cabin's antiquated technology is still in use.
The long running plans to upgrade South Kensington tube station took another step forward after BuckleyGrayYeoman was appointed by TfL to carry out a major upgrade of the station.
Probably inevitably, it has been announced that there will be more police on the London Underground as the night tube launches this coming Friday.
Ever wondered just how many people can fit into a London Underground tube train? Nope? Bet you are now!
A new tube map has been released showing of the London Underground's art installations, and this coming Sunday, there is a chance to tour of some of those artworks.
In two separate notices, London Underground has designated the first week of August for two separate but major sets of disruptions on the tube network.
Starting from next Monday, Victoria line stations will be showing video clips in a 1960s spy movie style as part of the Art on the Underground.
If you've ever noticed an odd disused railway bridge just to the west of Hammersmith station, it's a curious legacy of a railway line that closed down exactly 100 years ago,
Had plans gone as planned, London Underground's Central line should look more like the Circle line running in a loop, not a long single line passing through the centre of London.
A set of disused tunnels at Knightsbridge tube station are set to come back into use, if plans for a major redevelopment of the buildings above are approved.
London Underground has shown off the two new tunnel boring machines that will soon start chewing through South London to dig the Northern line extension.
One hundred years ago, Londoners woke up to find their familiar underground station signs were being bastardized with some modern interloper.
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