A new narrow gauge steam railway is being built in South-East London to bring visitors on a scenic trip to the Victorian pumping station at Crossness.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the last mainline passenger steam train on Britain's railways, yet, 50 years on, it's really quite easy to find a steam train on Britain's mainline railways.
We all love a steam train, and while the big beasts make occasional weekend trips though the city, there are a surprisingly large number of miniature steam trains chugging around parts of the city as well.
A steam railway in South-West London has been given permission for a major extension of the railway line.
The recently restored Flying Scotsman will be once again running tours around the UK this summer, giving people a chance to be on the world famous train.
The Epping Ongar Railway, a heritage line with lots of big steam trains has gained a smaller counterpart - a fully working miniature steam railway.
Steam trains are usually found on the rail tracks, but for one week, two locomotives will be sitting in the middle of the passenger concourse at King's Cross.
What could well be the UK's most expensive train trip has been announced, at a mere £44,995 per person -- but that does get you 10 days of luxury in a steam train.
An early Christmas treat, as a steam train will be chugging along the London Overground on the morning of Saturday (2nd Dec).
Deep within the heart of King's College on the Strand can be found a most marvelous chapel and a dinky steam train.