If you travel on the sub-surface lines, you might not be aware of it, but the trains have a small point of interest in their door design.
The opening date of the Elizabeth line may have been pushed back to "whenever", but signs to the new tube line are popping up across the network.
Inside the newly built Walbrook entrance to Bank tube station can be found a freize of Roman inspired murals -- known as the Hutton Panels.
Selfridges have started selling a range of London Underground themed items that are officially licensed from TfL.
Bethnal Green tube station is notable for three things - a disaster, a clock, and some tiles -- and today I am going to talk about the tiles.
Right outside the front door of the new Bloomberg Building is a curious unmarked stone tower.
When people are waiting to cross the road at the Bishopsgate entrance to Liverpool Street, few know there's a subway entrance right next to where they're standing.
There's a station on the London Underground that if you look carefully enough, you might spy a chunk of ancient Roman Wall peeking out.
There's a tube station with a relatively little used staircase, and at the top, standing proud is a massive slab of rusted iron -- from a warship.