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Acton Park to London Bridge 1 August, Hounslow Bells Corner 2 August 2014

London Bridge – Southeastern train to Cannon Street

London Bridge – Jubilee Line

2 August 2014 – Hounslow Bells Corner

I think the march was related to the 100 years after the start of World War I commemorations… 47 more words


Green Park

Green Park first opened on 15th December 1906 on the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway. The station, like others on this stretch of the Piccadilly Line, was rebuilt in the 1930s to allow the replacement of lifts with escalators. 472 more words

Underground Stations


Waterloo is the busiest of all stations on the Underground network, with a staggering 88million+ journeys beginning and ending here in the financial year 2012/13.  It first opened on the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway in March 1906.   630 more words

Underground Stations

Tube Etiquette:10 things I wish I could say to my fellow travellers

The London Underground (the Tube) is 151 years old. It is the third largest metro system in the world and handles about 4 million passenger journeys per day. 312 more words


All change at Greenwich Peninsula

It all feels a bit Mad Max along the South East Thames Path at the moment. The section between Cutty Sark and North Greenwich is undergoing a major regeneration and is about to change beyond recognition, but for now it’s rocking a post apocalyptic wasteland kind of look full of pieces of rubble, rusting ships and a decommissioned gas works. 442 more words

Jubilee Line