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West Ham

West Ham marks my 100th station on the journey so far and seems quite a fitting stop to mark the milestone. Early on in the crawl, a friend of mine who worked for the Underground thought it would be one of the hardest stations to find a pub for. 523 more words

Underground Stations

If in London take the Central Line

My girlfriend likes trains.
She has lived in London her whole life

so she knows the Underground
like the back of her palm.

Holding her hand we see hundreds of others coming and going. 135 more words


Jubilee Line Extension, London Underground

I’m gave a presentation earlier this month on the Jubilee Line Extension to the London Underground especially focusing on the the continuous themes between the stations and how the concepts of ‘arrival’ and ‘departure’ are catered to. 1,504 more words


Bond Street

Bond Street arrived a little late to the Central London Railway opening party so to speak. The station first opened its doors on 24th September 1900, a couple of months after the rest of the initial Shepherds Bush to Liverpool Street section had first begun operating. 427 more words

Underground Stations

Bond Street (Jubilee Line)

Change for Central Line.

Preceding station: Baker Street

As the best station for wealthy Mayfair, Bond Street serves many locations of note. What is less well known is that, for a very, very brief period during the Second World War, it served Yugoslavia. 184 more words

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